Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking
Smoking will impact almost every organ of the human body, reducing bodily functions, and detrimentally harming the lungs. Quitting smoking can legitimately add years to your life.
Smoking Associated With Death
Cigarette smoking is currently the leading cause behind serious physical COPD, cancer, and thereby death, in the entire world.
The deaths caused by smoking exceed 480,000 each year. To make it simpler, this means 1 in 5 people.
Smoking can also lead to other causes for death, when harmfully combined with other behaviors, such as drug and alcohol abuse, firearm related tragedies, and motor vehicle injuries.
It also causes about 9 out of 10 of all lung cancer deaths. More women die each year from lung cancer, than they do of breast cancer. It causes around 80% of entire deaths from COPD
Smoking and Increased Health Risks
People who smoke are more prone to coronary disease by 2 to 4 times than average, stroke by 2 to 4 times than average, developing cancer in males by 25 times than average, and women developing lung cancer by 25.7 times than average.
It definitively reduces overall health, and leads to clumsiness on all fronts of your professional, and personal life by way of increased absenteeism from work, and increased health care utilization and cost.