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Comparison Between a Cigarette Smoker's Internal Organs and a Nonsmoker

A cigarette is a narrow cylinder containing psychoactive material, typically tobacco rolled into thin paper of smoking. Unknown to smokers, some cigarettes contain recycled tobacco stems, stalks, scraps, collected dust and floor sweepings called sheet. The product is sprayed with nicotine extracted from tobacco stems.

Having known it's content, it's clear that cigarette smokers obtain more harm than good from the cigarettes smoked. The photo above shows a comparison between a Nonsmoker and a Smoker's Internal Organs.

The heart and lungs are the most commonly affected organs as a result of smoking. Smoking causes heart attacks, strokes, chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disease ( OCPD) including chronic cancer ( especially cancer of the larynx, the mouth and Pancreatic cancer). It also causes peripheral vascular disease.

Cigarette smoking is highly addictive and one may find it difficult to stop but is possible. 8 Million persons across the world die annually a sa result of smoking, 1.2 Million out if this die as a result of indirect smoking. Children born to Mothers who smoke while pregnant are prone to disorders and sudden death. Each cigarette smoked is estimated to shorten ones life by 11 minutes.

Smoking cessation is simple with or without the help of a health personnel. Stop smoking!

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