Thursday, December 3, 2009

Suffering Your Family's Health to Smoke

If you are a smoker to quit and is difficult to even know what to do for your health, you might want to think that smoking affects the family and loved ones. Many people have different opinions about smoking and its effects on others. However, one thing that is annoying is that children who suffer most from exposure to secondhand smoke. Children have no way to prevent damage caused by smoking, since it remains inside the apartment. As a parent it is your responsibility to ensure that children are healthy. If you quit, you will not.

ETS (Environmental Tobacco Smoke) is also known as secondhand smoke. This leads to two specific ways. The first is the snuff is illuminated side of the device or smoke a cigarette or some other form of snuff, also known as secondhand smoke. The second is the smoke exhaled from you, the smoker, also known as mainstream smoke. What many do not realize is that snuff contains more than four hundred different chemicals. Of these four hundred chemicals containing more than fifty carcinogens, also known as carcinogens.

The trouble is that snuff smoke is present wherever you are. For example, if you come to the house of a smoker in a workplace where smoking is permitted, or in other public places, such as bowling alleys, casinos, bars and restaurants. However, many Member States in the United States, which prohibits any form of public smoking in restaurants and bars, some farms and areas not prohibited.

As you continue to smoke, you not only endanger their own health, but also people around you. Increase the risk of heart disease and lung cancer. This will increase risks to health of children because their lungs are not fully developed yet. At the same time, children are forced to create an environment for them to be there. Babies and children of smokers often have a higher risk of asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis and sudden infant death syndrome.

While you may know, over three thousand people in the United States from lung cancer caused by exhaust gases. This applies even if the person has not smoked in his life. Over 35,000 Americans die each year of snuff smoke causes coronary heart disease.

Asthma in children is exposure to snuff smoke are diagnosed each year from 8000 to 26,000 children. The 15,000 children are hospitalized each year because of bronchitis caused by exhaust gas, and about 150,000 to 300,000 children to develop bronchitis. These figures are alarming, and many people simply do not recognize the effects of smoke from others around him. They feel hurt only themselves when in fact each individual to know their pain.


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