Smoking and the Effects of it
Smoking is known as one of the worst habits to break. Most people who start never quit just because it is just too hard to quit or they are just so addicted to the chemicals that the tobacco companies use in their cigarettes and don’t see the real problems that smoking can cause. If smoking did the same thing as it did on the outside as it does on the inside, how many people do you think will smoke then?
Everyday, about 3,000 teenagers smoke their first cigarette. About half of those teenagers become addicted and then regular smokers before the age of eighteen. About one third of these teenagers will die of lung cancer, heart disease, leukemia, or some other smoke related problems or diseases.
Cigarettes contain formaldehyde, cyanide, and nicotine, three very dangerous drugs. Formaldehyde is a substance that preserves frogs for most science classes. Then there’s cyanide, which is found in rat poison. And finally there...