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The world we see today is full of people with various personalities. Some are health conscious, some just neglect health and some are forced to face the adverse effects of pollution on the environment. The most popular pollution we have today is air pollution, and one of the sources of air pollution is smoke generated by smoking cigarettes. The quantity produced by smoking may not be more, but the effect it makes on human health is more than the air pollution caused by other factors such as smoke generated by vehicles or factories. Smoking is considered as a pleasure giver to some people. People who are addicted to smoking feel relieved when they smoke cigarettes at the time of stress. But have anyone ever thought about the effect of this smoking on the human body.
Effects of smoking on a human body
A cigarette is made out of tobacco which is rolled into a thin paper. This contains recycled stems of tobacco, scraps, collected dust, stalks, and floor sweepings. Substances like chemicals, fillers, and required glues are then added to this. Then they are sprayed with nicotine which is extracted from tobacco scraps. Now it is ready to be used for smoking. The procedure looks simple, but the effect it makes on the human body is drastic. It develops chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and heart diseases apart from lung cancer.