Pick Any Of These 16 Facts About Smoking And Use It To Quit Now! Pick Any Of These 16 Facts About Smoking And Use It To Quit Now!
Here is the sad reality for you smokers out there. The majority of you will eventually suffer heart and lung complications that may make your life unbearable.... Pick Any Of These 16 Facts About Smoking And Use It To Quit Now!

Here is the sad reality for you smokers out there. The majority of you will eventually suffer heart and lung complications that may make your life unbearable. But, none of these consequences apply to you though, right?

  • 8.6 million people in the United States live with a serious smoking-related illness

  • In 2013, U.S. states collected more than $25 billion from tobacco taxes and only 2% of that was spent on tobacco control programs

  • Tobacco companies pay for most of the anti-smoking campaigns that you are exposed to (they are legally required to do so because of a legal settlement in 1998)

  • 1000 infants die every year because of smoking during pregnancy

  • Children who are exposed to second hand smoke experience a wide range of complications including asthma, infections, and even SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)

  • Exposure to second hand smoke kills 50,000 people in the United States every year

  • 1 out of every 5 deaths in United States is caused by smoking

  • Smokers have up to a 400% higher chance of getting a heart attack than a non-smoker

  • Every single day in the United States 4000 teenagers smoke their first cigarette. 1000 of them will go on to continue smoking daily

  • 69% of smokers would like to completely quit smoking

  • 30% of cancers could be prevented by avoiding smoking and alcohol, eating healthy, and exercising

  • Every cigarette you smoke reduces your lifespan by 11 minutes

  • On average, adult male smokers will lose 13.2 years and females will lose 14.5

  • One cigarette contains more than 4,800 chemicals

  • 69 of them are known to cause cancer

  • Wayne McClaren and David McClean, two of the actors that played the Marlboro Man ended up dying of cancer. McClean’s family even filed a lawsuit against Marlboro (Philip Morris)

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  • e-cigarette

    July 1, 2015 #1 Author

    Remember that quitting will alwayys be a process, andd it doesn’t usually happen over night.

    I don’t mean having a common cold, or some other simply ailment that can go away in a few days.

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  • eliquid

    July 13, 2015 #2 Author

    It’s just too challenging and the rewards too nebulous for your will power to be successful.

    You are attempting to rid your lungs of the harmful toxins in order breathe better and avoid lung disease.
    For normal anxieties, fears and phobias usually one treatment removes the problem permanently, but for addictions etc you need to treat the thought and also the underlying addiction.

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