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World No Tobacco Day: Do you know someone who smokes cigarettes? Share these videos with them on this day

Quitting smoking can reduce the risk of heart and respiratory diseases by up to three times. So we have compiled 5 videos of why you should quit smoking.
10:07 AM May 31, 2022 IST | Tarannum Jahan
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In today’s society, smoking is a major concern. Even after learning about the dangers of smoking cigarettes, most people, whether young or elderly, continue to do so. Cigarette smoking causes a variety of health issues.

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Cigarette smoking is injurious to health. Everybody must have seen this sentence, which is written in big letters on the packet of cigarettes. Also, as soon as the cigarette is lit, its harmful effect starts on the body. Cigarettes can cause many types of cancer, from mouth to stomach, liver, throat, and many more health-related problems.

Tobacco products contain harmful substances like acetone, tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide that can seriously damage our bodies. Smoking can also lead to a variety of complications in the body, as well as its long-term effects on the body’s systems. Smoking is generally considered to be harmful to the heart and lungs, but did you know that it can also harm the body in many other ways?

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Studies show that premature mortality in smokers is three times higher than in non-smokers. In addition to the heart and lungs, smoking can negatively affect mental and physical health.

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Quitting smoking can reduce the risk of heart and respiratory diseases by up to three times. So we have compiled 5 videos of why you should quit smoking!

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