130. WHY SHOULDN’T I SMOKE? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire o - Ire kabiti

 130. WHY SHOULDN’T I SMOKE?



Teenagers may have questions about smoking, particularly if they witness adults or their peers engaging in the habit. Although smoking may seem like a mature or fitting method to fit in, it is important to realize that smoking has major hazards and bad effects. One of the best choices you can make for your future, well-being, and health is to give up and avoid smoking.

First off, smoking has detrimental effects on one’s health. It is a major contributor to avoidable illnesses like heart disease, lung cancer, and so on. Your lifetime may be shortened and your quality of life greatly diminished by these disorders. You may shield your body from these negative effects and improve your chances of living a long, healthy life by quitting or avoiding smoking.

The addictive nature of smoking is yet another important reason to abstain. The most addictive ingredient in cigarettes, nicotine, can cause dependence very quickly. Once you get into this addiction, it is really hard to stop, and you become stuck in a vicious loop. If you never smoke, you will not have to deal with addiction or the difficulties of trying to stop later in life.

Smoking affects your fitness and physical appearance as well. It can lead to early skin aging, foul breath, and tooth yellowing. Smoking also impairs lung function and endurance, which makes it more difficult to engage in sports and other physical activities. You may lead an active lifestyle and keep up a healthier appearance and physical performance by quitting or avoiding smoking.

Smoking is an expensive financial habit. Cigarette costs pile up rapidly, taking money away from other expenses like hobbies, schooling, or future savings. The financial cost of smoking can add up over time. Giving up smoking allows you to allocate your funds in more advantageous and fulfilling ways.

Finally, think about how smoking affects society and the environment. People who are close to you, such as friends and family, are at risk of health problems due to secondhand smoking. Cigarette butts are also a major source of litter, which is bad for the environment. You can safeguard the health of people around you and help create a cleaner, healthier environment, by abstaining from smoking.


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