Smoking : A Slow Poison

(Sabir Shah, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan)

In my article I will only talk about Pakistan because first we have to show the right way to our country and then go to other countries. Pakistan's current population is 204,356,009. In a study, it was reported that 46 percent of men and 5.7 percent of women smoked and more than 125,000 children smoked daily in Pakistan, despite knowing that, it is extremely dangerous to their health. One cigarette contains more than 3,400 chemicals, 69 of which are known to cause cancer. This can lead to Stoke, Asthma, lung cancer, COPD, Heart disease, and many other deadly diseases. Some people smoke to reduce their discomfort, while others do so for fun. It is natural for children to see their adults smoking; they think it's a good attitude.

Inhaling tobacco smoke causes damage to many organs and systems.
Effects of smoking on the respiratory system
The effects of cigarette smoke on the respiratory system include:
• Tracheal irritation (throat) and throat (voice box)
• Reducing lung function and shortness of breath due to inflammation and narrowing of the lungs and excess mucus in the lungs.
• damage to the respiratory system, leading to the formation of toxic substances, leading to irritation and lung damage.
• increased risk of lung infection and symptoms such as coughing and shortness of breath
• Chronic damage to the air sacs of the lungs.

Tobacco is a slow-moving poison. Those who are addicted to tobacco do not worry because nothing is impossible, students will think that it is very easy to write and hard to do, but the hardest part is the seeds of failure and our mind works like a tree. Whatever we use to think as branches, our brain gives us its reasons.

If we think badly, our mind will give us the wrong points. We should always think positively and we should eliminate the word "difficult" in our lives forever. People need to understand this in time, because if time passes, nothing will be left but regret. It is my request to all smokers, do not be the enemy of your life.

What are your quick tips for those who continue to smoke but want to be as healthy as possible?
Of course, quitting smoking or reducing the number of cigarettes you smoke is probably the single best way to improve your health. However, there are several other things a smoker can do to stay healthy:
1.Eat a healthy diet, rich in fresh fruits and vegetables.
2.Engage in regular exercise.
3.visit your doctor for check-ups and make sure you’ve had your flu shot (especially this year, as it’s been a pretty bad season).
4.Manage your stress levels.

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