5 Expert Recommendations for choosing the right Vaporizers.

Initially, the process of vaping seems a bit complex and out of the world. But it is a far better option than the smoke itself. If you don’t like tobacco you must More »

Why People Start and Why They Should Stop

The epidemic of smoking-related diseases is one that only the potential victims can abolish. Smoking is among the most common habits in the Western world and this dangerous habit will kill a More »

Smoking is My Identity

I am a smoker. I have been a smoker for over 30 years, 37 to be exact. Back in the day, smoking didn’t have the harmful results, or so we thought. We More »

Causes Of Smoking

Many people believe that the causes of smoking are well known, but in fact they vary greatly from smoker to smoker. A lot of individuals think that the only factor that smokers More »

What is the Best Method to Stop Smoking

A question that most smokers who are considering quitting smoking ask is “What is the best method to stop smoking?” There are millions of people who want to stop smoking. The health More »

Dangers of Smoking Cigarettes

Dangers of Smoking

In the past, I’ve told you about the impact toxins can have on your health. But nowhere do you find a more concentrated source of environmental pollutants and chemical toxins than in a single cigarette.

As a former nicotine junkie, I know this isn’t what smokers want to hear. But, whether you currently light up, have quit the habit, or have never smoked at all, this is information you need to know.

The sad truth is that, every eight seconds, someone in the world dies from tobacco use. That translates to approximately 5 million deaths annually. In fact, half of all long-term smokers will die a tobacco-related death. As Clint Eastwood once said, “Do you feel lucky? Well, do ya?”

Then there’s secondhand smoke, which affects anyone living with a smoker – or those working in or visiting a smoke-filled environment. Secondhand smoke contains more than 50 cancer-causing chemical compounds, 11 of which are known to be Group 1 carcinogens. And what about that cigarette smoldering in an ashtray? It turns out that the smoke from a smoldering cigarette can contain higher concentrations of the toxins found in cigarette smoke than exhaled smoke does.

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