Quitting Smoking for Beneficial Reasons
Everyone knows the effects of smoking to one’s health, by this time, which are lung or oral cancer, heart disease, stroke, and that its adverse effects that show in a smoker, such as shortness of breath, dull, dry skin, flaky nails, and thinning hair, such that all these unpleasant effects on a smoker’s health are seriously telling the smoker to decide now and act quickly to stop smoking, as there are serious reasons why smokers should stop, aside from the health risks.
Savings on money
Weighing down the costs spent on cigarettes will actually help a smoker save more by a simple computation of how much money can be saved for a year of not smoking, for instance at $5 a pack a day, a smoker can accumulate as much as $1,825 over a year, such that each year that a smoker quits will multiply more savings from then on and more use of the money saved for a purposeful project; therefore, this simply implies that cigarettes spending is an expensive habit, as government will continue to hike the prices of cigarettes with the intention of discouraging people from smoking.
Most public areas have strict no smoking rules, which include smoking around other people outside the house, as many smokers are not fully aware of the dangerous effects of second-hand smoke, smoke inhaled involuntarily, with over forty known carcinogens, from cigarette or tobacco being smoked by others; therefore, smokers should think seriously of other’s health and lives.
Premature aging can be avoided
Premature aging is one of the biggest problems faced by smokers, such as wrinkles and fine lines, dry, leathery skin, and it just shows how smoking can speed up the aging process, because the skin tissue is deprived of oxygen when the blood vessels are constricted, as a result, the flow of blood to the skin decreases, causing the skin to dry out and wrinkle; therefore, revive the youthful skin back by quitting smoking.
Avoid smelling like an ashtray
The smell that a smoker brings to himself and his/her surroundings is so strong that it’s like smelling an ashtray everywherefrom the smoker’s hair, clothes, immediate surroundings, smell of the hand to the smell of smoker’s breath, and what is worse is that, unknowingly, smokers are not aware that people avoid them because of the smell; therefore, a smoker should seriously consider to quit smoking and enjoy fresh air again in the company of his/her friends.
Smoking results into tainted, yellowish teeth, caused by the effect of tobacco eroding the enamel of the teeth and, later, causing tooth decay or if not periodontal disease, which weakens the gums and loosens the teeth; therefore, a smoker should quit smoking first and, next, visit a dental hygienist to put back the pearly white color of his/her teeth.