No Smoking Please…….
Each cigrate you smoke is supposed to shorten your life by 11 Minute.
You must quit because you loved with your family, you love your daughter, son, mother ,father and your number one in your life is your wife.
No Smoking Please…….
“On World No Tobacco Day, let us pledge to spread awareness on the risks of tobacco consumption and work to reduce tobacco consumption in India,” Prime Minister India Mr Narendra Modi said in a tweet.
“Tobacco not only affects those consuming it but also people around. By saying no to tobacco, let us lay the foundation of a healthier India,” he added.
Why Is Smoking Bad For US ?
Smoking is responsible for several diseases, such as cancer, long-term (chronic) respiratory diseases, and heart disease, as well as premature death. Over 440,000 people in the USA and 100,000 in the UK die because of smoking each year. According the US CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), $92 billion are lost each year from lost productivity resulting from smoking-related deaths.
Of the more than 2.4 million deaths in the USA annually, over 440,000 are caused by smoking.
Smoking is the largest cause of preventable death in the world. Recent studies have found that smokers can undermine the health of non-smokers in some environments.
90% of lung cancer patients developed their disease because of smoking. Lung cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer deaths in the world. Smokers also have a significantly higher risk of developing:
- Bladder cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Cancers of the pharynx and larynx (throat cancer)
- Mouth cancer
- Esophagus cancer
- Cancer of the pancreas
- Stomach cancer
- Some types of leukemia
- Cancer of the nose and sinuses
- Cervical cancer
- Bowel cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- In some cases, also breast cancer
According to Cancer Research UK, one person dies every 15 minutes in Great Britain from lung cancer.
Approximately 75% of individuals live in rural areas. However, estimated mortality rates for specific cancers have primarily been based on data from India’s 24 urban population-based cancer registries, with only 2 registries representing rural areas.
122,429 deaths reported in the study, 7,137 were caused by cancer. This figure is equal 556,400 cancer deaths across the entire country of India in 2010.
Of these 556,400 deaths, 71% (395,000 [195,300 women and 200,100 men]) occurred in individuals aged between 30 and 69 years. For all age groups, the team found that cancer was responsible for 6% of the 2.5 million total male deaths and 1.6 million total female deaths, however this figure rose to 8% among the 30-69 years age group.
According to the researchers, the three leading causes of cancer death in men aged 30-69 years were:
- Lung cancer (including larynx and trachea) – 11% (22,900)
- Oral cancer (including pharynx and lip) – 23% (45,800)
- Stomach cancer – 13% (25,00)
For women aged 30-69 years, the three most common fatal cancers were:
- Breast cancer – 10% (19,900)
- Cervical Cancer – 17% (33,400)
- Stomach Cancer – 14% (27,500)
“Tobacco control is the best vaccine for lung and oral cancer,” “Tobacco is the single most cause of many deaths. Tobacco companies have been beaten in other countries. It is just a matter of time before it happens here.”
- Tobacco kills up to half of its users.
- Tobacco kills nearly 6 million people each year. More than five million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while more than 600 000 are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke. Unless urgent action is taken, the annual death toll could rise to more than eight million by 2030.
- Nearly 80% of the world’s one billion smokers live in low- and middle-income countries.