Target: Smokers and Non Smokers
The use of cigarette smoking is a major aspect of our society. Smoking is used in socializing, relaxing, and even entertaining. Smoking tobacco is sold in a variety of options, the most popular being the cigarette. This report examines the irreversible effects of cigarette smoking on various organ systems and challenges the notion that a few years of exposure to smoking will have no lasting adverse consequences. This is to discourage young people from taking up this deadly habit by appealing to their common sense and better judgment, thereby allowing them to choose for themselves not to smoke. The knowledge of irreversible effects of smoking on various organ systems, can save your life.
I will not recite the familiar litany of smoking-related health problems such as emphysema, mouth and throat cancer, and genito-urinary tract infections. Rather, I will show that smoking cigarettes for as few as five years can have a permanent effect on the lungs, heart and circulatory system, and reproductive system.
Despite smoking having irreversible effects; it would be foolish for a smoker to conclude that after years of smoking, quitting would do him no good. Many studies prove that tobacco-related health effects decline substantially as time away from smoking increases; some of the benefits begin within months after quitting. After years of exposure to the damaging effects of tobacco, smokers that decide to quit, must realize that they have to be realistic in their expectations of recouping their health.
Cigarettes damage the body gradually and insidiously in a number of different ways. One popular argument the scientific community often makes encourage smokers to quit stems from the conjecture that all of the health effects of smoking are reversible shortly after cessation,
regardless of the duration or intensity of the smoking exposure.