Smoking & Life
Smoking has become a new trend these days. Not only adults but teens have been seen smoking, an increased ratio in girls has also been noticed.
Smoking is of three types:- Active ( The Smoker), passive (The person who inhales the exhaled smoke from the smoker )& third-hand smoking (from mother to the fetus.)
Nicotine is a substance that is the major addictive cause of smoking. When we smoke tobacco nicotine is released into the blood via the lungs and reaches the brain there it releases neurotransmitters that are responsible for mood elevation.
The main causes associated with smoking are peer pressure, stress, genetics, age etc.
The symptoms will be noticed earliest in the oral cavity – the teeth become yellow, the colour of the mucosa & gums becomes dark greyish black from pink, sensitive teeth, cough, etc.
The complication arises with a chronic smoker- heart diseases, cataracts, lung cancer, diabetes, impotence, infertility, altered taste sensation, etc.
Smoking not only destroys your physical health but socially, economically &mentally.
Smoking is a “habit” & habit can’t be left in a day. The major drawback of quitting smoking suddenly for those who are chronic smokers is withdrawal symptoms – those are headache, restlessness, anger, irritability, hunger etc.
So, the best way to quit smoking is to decrease the number of cigarettes day by day rather than quitting in a single go.
“Quite Smoking, Live Longer, Live Life”!!