Introduction Cigarette smoking is now becoming a big issue through out the world and especially in the Philippines. Because of this, the researcher finds it interesting to make a research paper about it. The researcher wants to know the cause and effect of cigarette smoking amongst her fellow student in the City University of Pasay. The researcher thinks that everyone knows the side effects that the cigarette is giving to its user but the hardest thing to understand is that why do smokers still smoke regardless of its bad effects. Scientist and medical researchers says that the smoke from a cigarette contains more than chemicals, which could have various toxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic effects. The content and concentration of chemical ingredients can vary widely from one brand or type of cigarette to the next.
The uprise of vaping in comparison to smoking cigarettes is an open-ended debate. Experts are working their hardest to discover an answer on the effects of vaping versus smoking. Many people use vaping as an attempt to stop smoking cigarettes, but the design and attraction to vapes is a possible cause to more people using them. The differences between the two products are what goes into them, their health effects, and their attraction factors.
Metrics details. Cigarette smoking is a major health risk, particularly in male South Koreans. Smoking cessation can benefit health; however, the process of quitting smoking is difficult to some smokers and shows its relationship to their stress level.
For the patients who are partially edentulous, smoking cessation may still diminish the rate of complications, subsequently making strides long-term guess for prosthodontic care. The finest implies of eliminating the impact of tobacco on oral health is by never starting its use. Figure 1: Percent distribution of the number of oral health problems in the past 6 months for dentate adults aged years, by smoking status. A few examples are that, "Just 1 year after quitting smoking, your risk for a heart attack drops sharply", and "within 2 to 5 years after quitting smoking, your risk for stroke could fall to about the same as a nonsmoker's" Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking.