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World No Tobacco Day – 31 May 

Do you know tobacco causes over 1 in 10 heart disease deaths? Breathing second-hand smoke causes strokes and heart attacks. No? Well, you are not alone… Hundreds of millions of tobacco users don’t realize tobacco causes heart disease. But now you do! Protect your heart and choose Health over Tobacco. World No Tobacco Day is celebrated yearly 

When Does World No Tobacco Day Celebrated?

World No Tobacco Day is celebrated on 31st May every year worldwide. 

Why Smooking Is Not Good For Our Health?

Smoking is a leading cause of preventable deaths in many countries. The nicotine present in Cigerrate makes our body release Adinaline. Adrenaline causes our blood vessels to constrict and our heart to beat faster. It results in high blood pressure, heart attacks, and strokes.

Smoking Cause Lung Cancer 

The Tar and other toxic substances in tobacco cause cancer of the Lungs and other organs. Cigarette smoke interferes with the lung’s capacity to get Oxygen to the blood.  Blood clots are the main cause of heart attacks and blood clotting is a result of smoking. Cigarette smokers have about a 70% higher rate of premature death than non-smokers. 

Effects of Tobacco & Smoking 

Other than lung cancer many other diseases are caused by smoking. Such as

  • Respiratory disorders 
  • Mouth Cancer 
  • Dental Disorders 
  • Blood Circulation Problems 
  • Vision Loss 
  • Cancer anywhere in the body
  • Diabetes 
  • Heart Attacks & Stocks 
  • Infections 

These are the main effects of smoking on human health. You must avoid smoking yourself and your loved ones to avoid these diseases. 

Tips to Avoid Smoking  

Some tips will help you avoid heart disorders. Such as

  • Take Hot Tea in the Morning 
  • Avoid Coffee
  • Talk a Walk or take a deep Breathing  
  • Avoid Places where Smoking is Permitted 
  • Make Smoking Difficult 
  • Chew Sugarless Gums or Nibble on a Carrot 

If you want to avoid an early grave it helps to drag deeply from this potent killer.  

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When was No Tobacco Day celebrated for the first time?

The United Kingdom was the first country that started the No Tobacco Day Movement in 1984. This movement was originated on the occasion of Ash Wednesday. Since then it has become an international event celebrated across the world. 

Why Is No Tobacco Day Celebrated?

This is associated with the bad effects of tobacco on our health. So World No Tobacco Day is celebrated to draw Global attention to the Tobacco epidemic. Moreover, to reduce the use of smoking in youth and to reduce heart disorders and sudden deaths. 

Final Verdict 

Smoking is a fetal activity and the main cause of death is the excessive use of tobacco. There are a lot of heart diseases that are just caused by smoking, especially lung disorders, heart attacks, and respiratory disorders. World No Tobacco Day is just celebrated for awareness of the bad effects of smoking and tobacco. 

Take part in this awareness movement and play your role in reducing the ratio of smokers and deaths because of smoking. 

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