Reasons to Quite Smoking Right Now!

Smoking is the number one preventable cause of death in America today, with over 430,000 dying each year from tobacco-related causes. Another 53,000 non-smoking Americans die annually from inhaling other people’s smoke. Breathing tobacco smoke can hurt anyone, but it is especially harmful to the elderly, the very young, and those with existing respiratory problems. According to Dr. Ichiro Kawachi of the Harvard School of Public Health, “The 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke just about do everything that we know that is harmful to the heart. They damage the lining of the arteries, increase the stickiness of your blood, and therefore increase the chances that you will develop clotting and develop a heart attack.”

Death by Smoke Inhalation – Cigarette Smoke

Statistics referencing death and economic costs as a result of cigarette smoking are steadily on the rise. According to an annual report presented by the Centers for Disease Control, during 1995-1999 nearly 125,000 adults died of lung cancer related to cigarette smoking, 90,000 from related heart disease, and 65,000 from chronic airway obstruction caused by smoking. Even more shocking is the finding that smoking during pregnancy caused the death of over 1,000 infants during the same time frame. Almost 1,000 people died in fires that were a result of tobacco use activity. Over 38,050 men and women died from lung cancer and heart disease attributed to second hand smoke. These numbers represent over 320,000 deaths as a direct result of smoking cigarettes. Chances are one of these statistics represents someone you loved.

Countless medical studies document the devastating effects of smoking on the tissues of the body—heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer, just to name a few. Yellowing skin and nails, bad breath, smelly clothes, and a hacking cough distinguish the smokers in crowd. At death, the distinction ends and the smoker becomes a statistic.

There is Some Good News!!

Here is some good news. Here are a few statistics from the American Cancer Society that show just how much good it does your body to quit:

"When smokers quit, the benefits begin immediately. Twenty minutes after the last cigarette, blood pressure drops to a level close to that before the last cigarette. Eight hours after quitting, carbon monoxide levels in the blood drop to normal. Twenty four hours later , the chance of heart attack decreases.

After one to nine months, coughing, sinus congestion, fatique and shortness of breath decrease, and cilia regain normal function in the lungs, increasing the ability to handle mucus, clean the lungs and reduce infection. One year later, excess risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker's.

After five years, stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker. After ten years, the lung cancer fatality rate is about half that of a smoker's and the risk of oral, throat, esophageal, bladder, kidney and pancreatic cancer also decreases."

These are just the health benefits. This doesn’t even take into account the money you will save when you’re not buying cigarettes, the relief you will feel knowing the good you have done your body, and the sense of personal satisfaction knowing you have kicked one of the hardest habits of all.

How Can You Avoid the Smoker’s Fate?

It is very hard to quit smoking. Nicotine is addictive—a fact supported by common knowledge and the supreme court of the United States. Few people who have ever smoked have been able to quit cold turkey. Most smokers, particularly those who have been smoking for many years, need help to put the pack down and put the ashtrays away. One of the first steps will be to find a support group. Your chances of quitting smoking for good strongly increase when you have a strong support system behind you. Your loved ones can play a big part, but I also encourage you to find a support group that includes other people trying to quit as well as people who have quit. For information about where you can find one of these groups in your area, visit, which can provide an unlimited amount of support in your fight against nicotine. You can also call the National Network of Tobacco Cessation Quitlines at (800) QUITNOW (1-800-784-8669).

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