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Its estimated that over 48 million people in the US smoke Askcom 2013 400000 deaths occur from this bad habit each year alone Askcom 2013 The evidence of the damage that smoking does to a human body is everywhere From the advertisements on TV to the warning on the side of every pack of cigarettes the evidence of its dangers is there We pass people daily that look perfectly normal so its not a surprise that people follow an out of sight out of mind mentality when recognizing the damages that smoking is doing to themOne cigarette is packed with over 7000 chemicals that are not on our regular menu of things to eat CDC 2012 Some of those chemicals include arsenic nickel and beryllium a toxic metalNCI 2011 Sadly these toxins are the cause of over 70 kinds of cancer and cause more deaths each year than HIV CDC 2012 Coughing wheezing and shortness of breath is caused from smoking and risks of COPD the leading cause of deaths in the US is also increased from smoking CDC 2012 The longer one smokes the greater the risk they have getting these deadly diseases Why does one keep smoking even after knowing all the dangers they are putting themselves into Smoking like most drugs is addicting and habitual Nicotine the addicting substance inters the lungs and gets absorbed into ones bloodstream in a matter of seconds NCI 2011 By time one starts to notice the effects the drug is having on them its hard to quit because the habit of lighting one up is hard to stop especially when theyre stressed Most people start smoking before its even legal to do so and find themselves as adults with a habit thats nearly impossible to quit The Nemours Foundation 2013 This habit is one that they never intended to actually start because one of the leading reasons that one starts smoking is because of peer
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