Tobacco smoking is the inhalation of smoke from dried tobacco leaves. The main reason for smoking is the addiction of the body to nicotine, contained in tobacco smog. But it's foolish to believe that you can not quit only because of the need. Scientists have long established that smoking is for the most part a psychological dependence, rather than physical. If a smoker tries to give up cigarettes even for a short time, he has the first signs of depression, aggression, anxiety, anxiety, and sometimes apathy. It is extremely difficult for him to concentrate on something concrete, since all thoughts are only occupied with the desire to drag on a cigarette. After receiving a "regular dose" of nicotine, the body calms down, but it's not for long. After 15-60 minutes a person again has a desire to smoke.
But probably, every smoker begins to think about the addiction of the habit at a time when it comes to the serious illnesses that cause nicotine and related substances in tobacco smoke.
The impact of smoking on the body
Nicotine has a significant effect on the work of certain organs, which lead to serious consequences. Unfortunately, not all people understand this, and therefore do not rush to part with dependence. Smoking is the main culprit in the formation of blood clots. A person after another "smoke" increases blood pressure, there is a sharp narrowing of the vessels, there is a rapid heart rate, which subsequently leads to the formation of blockages. Narrowing of the respiratory tract during smoking leads to sputum discharge from the bronchi. This provokes a cough and an exacerbation of asthma. Nicotine is the best assistant in the reproduction of deadly cancer cells in the respiratory and oral cavity. Vision deteriorates, incurable changes occur in the eye day. Most male smokers develop impotence, in women - infertility. Nicotine can cause ulcers and stomach cancer
Causes of smoking
One of the main reasons for starting smoking is curiosity. Another reason to start smoking at a young age is an imitation of adults. In non-smoking families, no more than 25% of children become smokers, this number exceeds 50% in smoking families. For many, smoking is explained by imitation, smoking comrades.
Regardless of the nature of the reasons that triggered smoking, it is usually repeated and over time, smoking becomes a habit.
The habit of smoking has become so firmly established in everyday life that it acquires the appearance of a necessary vital need. Very quickly developed a kind of reflex of smoking, when the appearance of