Thesis statement: Furthermore, the hazardous ingredients in cigarette tobacco has many dangerous effects on your health and the health of others.
I. The hazardous ingredients in cigarette tobacco
B. Carbon Monoxide
II. The diseases related to smoking cigarettes
A. How cigarette smoking effects your health
1. Lung Cancer
2. Heart Disease
B. How cigarette smoke effects others
1. A pregnant woman unborn child
III. Cigarette smoking related deaths
A. Deaths in smokers
B. Deaths in non-smokers
The Dangers of Smoking Cigarettes:
How Smoking Effects Your Health and Others
According to the American Heart Association there are an estimated 50 million Americans who smoke (1). Smokers say, by smoking relieves them of stress and relaxes and comforts them. In recent years it has been proven that the only thing smoking does is shorten a person's life. Despite, all the warnings by the surgeon general that quitting smoking may greatly reduce serious risks to your health, people still manage to find a excuse to quit smoking (American Heart Association 1).
Furthermore, the hazardous ingredients in cigarette tobacco has many dangerous effects on your health and the health of others.
First of all, there are many hazardous ingredients in cigarette tobacco. Some of the ingredients are poisonous and addictive. Cigarette smoke produces thousands of chemicals that are hazardous to a smoker's health. There are over 4000 chemicals produced by a burning cigarette. At least 200 chemicals are known to be poisonous to people health (Clayman 50). Filters help to block and reduce some of the chemicals, but they will not stop them completely.
Nicotine is addictive also one of the most dangerous ingredients in cigarette tobacco. In fact, the President of the United States, has recently declared nicotine an addictive (CNN 2).