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the consequences of smoking cigarettes
It is known that cigarette smoking causes cancer, but there is only this result. There are also affecting our health and physical appearance in the short, medium and long term. Everything depends on the age of onset and the amount of cigarettes you smoke throughout their existence.
The encouragement of nicotine
By smoking, they often feel the evil breath of snuff in the mouth. There is an excess salivation which sometimes requires spit continuously. This is one of the most unsightly of habit.
The hands, fingers and fingernails yellow and smelling of nicotine
Nicotine pales to the skin. The accumulation of toxins on the skin gives the characteristic yellow color.
It affects the health of all around us
The smoking habits of parents influence their children's health before they are born and throughout childhood.
Mothers who smoke have a higher rate of spontaneous abortion and stillbirth. Their newborn babies have an average weight lower than those not exposed to cigarette smoke (200 to 400 grams less).
Secondhand smoke is inhaled and comes from both the mother and father. Maternal smoking is strongly associated with bronchitis and pneumonia in infants, surviving until age 5.
The risk of lung cancer in wives of smokers was 30% higher than wives of nonsmokers.
Have the will or intention to quit on a deadline.
It is important to eliminate or reduce the factors that have direct relation with smoking, such as ashtrays, pipes and lighters.
Second, make the home a smoke-free site snuff, for which no one should smoke indoors, or guests.
The third, to consider carefully the items or situations that cause back-to cigar, to avoid them.
It is important, as a fourth guideline, have the support and encouragement of family and friends, as some studies have shown that people who want to quit, are more likely if you have help.
Change routines associated with the habit of snuff and take new actions to reduce the anxiety caused to quit, is the fifth recommendation, for which, for example you can take a hot bath, exercise, read a book, or find some distraction containing desire.
The sixth is to go to the doctor or a support center for tobacco control, where, if necessary, will be given nicotine replacement. And the seventh: be prepared for difficult situations, so as to avoid relapses, as may occur with the loss of a loved one.