The effect of tobacco is due to that contained in its dry leaves poisonous substance called nicotine. Very little of this terrible poison to kill about one minute bunny rabbits, and lodged in the human stomach, causes vertigo, dizziness, vomiting, convulsion of the whole body, weakening of eyesight and smell, weakness and tremors, difficulty breathing, insomnia. Phenomena of poisoning last few days. Similar symptoms, but in lesser degree, were observed, as is known, and after the first cigarette. It is true that signs of acute poisoning gradually disappear in the smoker, but signs of chronic poisoning are not late.

However, whether the smoke is swallowed (inhaled) or not, whether you smoke, or just stand in a room where smoking, the damage is equally large. Because the poison, which contains tobacco (nicotine) is volatile and penetrates deeply into the smallest bronchial branches. Hence it is sucked blood in January and spread throughout the body.

This injury is particularly high for children of parents who smoke - that is why all doctors are adamant that a crime to smoke in children's rooms because of the gentle child organism smoking is particularly harmful and sometimes disastrous.

The most common symptoms of nicotine poisoning have heart disease. Tobacco accelerated heartbeat. This tired heart, and diseases like pneumonia, for which there is fever, borne only by the healthy heart. Wu smokers are harming the blood vessels of the heart and develop atherosclerosis, but it leads to heart attacks. They meet at tyutyundzhiite much more frequently than in non-smokers. Moreover, smoking often causes arrhythmia, angina, claudication preseklivo with severe pain in one leg due to cramps and blockage of an artery, sometimes long and gangrene of one or both legs.

Most suffered heart to the 50 th year - then it expands and gets a special name "tobacco heart." Early aging in some people is largely due to this poison.

Smokers often suffer from catarrh of the throat, sore throat with refilling of the votes. The worst however is the impact of tobacco on the bronchi. To develop chronic bronchitis, leading to expansion of the lungs (emphysema) with the consequence frequent cough and shortness of breath with physical exertion.Moreover, air bubbles (alveoli) stretch excessively and lose its elasticity. Lung cancer develops in smokers 10-20 times more frequently than among nonsmokers, depending on the number of cigarettes smoked daily.

Many argue that smoking ruin your teeth, acts on the enamel.Maybe it is the poor impact on the stomach, which refuses to accept the poison, but insists smoker. Receiving digestive disorders: loss of appetite, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, numbing, especially taste and smell, and finally it seems that the occurrence of ulcers in the stomach or duodenum is largely caused by the harmful effects of nicotine that causes contraction of blood vessels in the gastric mucosa.

Tobacco causes great harm to the nervous system: general nervousness, severe irritability, cowardice, inclination to melancholy, dizziness, depression, tinnitus, insomnia, tremors of the hands and feet glow in the eyes, memory loss and other mental qualities , neuralgia, inflammation of the optic nerve with worsening vision.

Some tobacco stops the growth of the growing organism. Cells do not develop well because young people can not grow normally.

In the long smoking tobacco nicotine passes into the blood and through it reaches to the other organs and gonads. It is observed among men decreased sexual power that the suspension or restriction of smoking is restored, and the women - infertility and miscarriage. Women who want to become mothers to give up time from this despicable and dangerous habit.

Newborn health depends mainly on the health of the mother.Smoking adversely affects the fetus and the pregnant because nicotine passes into the blood of mother and child. It reflects badly on the stern and a mother who smokes.

Tobacco poison passes into the blood not only in respiratory organs, and the skin. Clothing impregnated with smoke keep it for long and transmit it through the skin of the blood. Do we want to limit the harmful effect to a minimum, we should make a full airing of the long room. To change clothes and leave long out of air for complete exemption from the smoke.

How to otviknem smoking tobacco? In the fight for tobacco abuse should never recommend a moderate use of tobacco. For moderate use turns into abuse of its effects, disease and degeneration. In this struggle requires only a drive.

The best way to stop smoking tobacco is to suddenly decide not to smoke ever, not to make arrangements, such as: "I only smoke one cigarette per day or one cigarette after each meal." We must compromising habits and wishes. Only complete withdrawal will defeat evil once and for all.

A. disuse of smoking in milder cases. Once you decide to quit tobacco, Get 1 kg of pure honey.

Morning when you open your eyes and before they appear in you wish to light their first cigarette, eat a full tablespoon of honey. Then quickly become of the bed, put on and 10 minutes after you eat honey, drink a glass of hot milk with no sugar and no bread.

Before lunch and dinner (30 minutes) repeat the same with honey and milk.

At other times when you are smoking initiation, or eat one fresh or dried apricot, or plum - they kill the desire to smoke.

Practice this for 3-7 days and noticed I'm not used to from this bad for you and your loved ones habit.

B. disuse of smoking in severe cases:

I. Morning, afternoon and evening 20 minutes before a meal into a sugar cube (or teaspoon) with water and 15 drops of tincture of grains of green oats.

II. Ten minutes after the honey drink a cup of 100 g otvarka of the 12 herbs for blood purification: agrimoniya, pine tips, Greek nettle, Easter, St. John's wort, yellow yarrow, plantain (with narrow leaves), leaves of wild strawberry, raspberry leaf, stinky woodruff, walnut leaves and red juniper - grains in 30 g of each.From this mixture 2 tablespoons brew with 500 g of boiling water and boil on low heat 15 minutes, but as cool, strain.

Diet - as well as chronic drinking (alcoholism).

Instead of water, if granted otvarki are insufficient to drink infusion of plantain deciduous (leaf) - 20 sheets brew with 500 g of boiling water, soak the lid 1 hour and strain.

III. Two hours after eating drunk in 1 cup of 75 grams of Icelandic lichen otvarka 40 years, field horsetail 50 g 75 g budaritsa, common nettle and knotgrass 100 From this mixture 2 tablespoons brew with 500 g of boiling water low heat and boil for 10 minutes, cool, strain.

IV. Bedtime: 1-2 nights in a row in a warm enema with 1 liter of chamomile tea (enhanced with 1-2 teaspoons of baking soda), then whenever such constipation enema with 1 liter of chamomile tea, after which for 10-20 nights in a row to make all warm bath (36-37 ° C for 10-20 minutes) with otvarka Field elder - the whole herb with the root (10-15 roots of elder) and 1 pot of water boil 30 minutes but as cool water pour into the tub, after each bath is made with 1-2 dry wrap blankets for better sweat while lying so 2-3 hours. Moreover, the same otvarka can make 2-3 consecutive baths and warmed to said temperature. In the absence of a bath to put "wet shirt, soaked in the same otvarka - lies in its 2-3 hours.

V. Morning, even with opening the eyes, makes autosuggestion by the formula: "Every day I feel a growing aversion to tobacco and soon will leave him forever." Said quickly, whisper and strong-willed 20-fold (see suggestion and autosuggestion "section I), followed by dry brush massage the whole body of 5 minutes and friction of the armpits, abdomen and genitals with warm water and then dressing and 10-20 deep breaths to exhale slowly.

Sunday - if you do not feel the urge to smoke - a break from everything to hike in the mountains, otherwise treatment is continued.

Just days after you stop subdivided as a chimney, will feel likenovorodeni even sex would be better.

All have seen labels on cigarette packs "Smoking reduces blood flow and causes impotence." But what lies behind this label and only men are "doomed"?

Smoking and erection

Cigarettes and nicotine in particular narrow blood vessels. On the walls are deposited tar, which not only poison the cells, but also physically impede the path of blood.

This leads to problems with blood flow to all organs, including the penis. Erection problems are becoming more frequent with age.

The good news is that only a few days after quitting, blood vessels fail to recover, and the negative effect of smoking disappears completely after about a year.

Smoking and female sexuality

Female genital organs also suffer from lack of good blood supply because of smoking.

Nicotine can significantly reduce the ability for moistening the vagina, which leads to irritation and pain during sex.

Because cigarettes are suffering and female hormones. Nicotine levels distorts the natural balance and increases the level of male hormones. For this reason, the voice of longtime smokers is hoarse - because they have an excess of male hormones.

Stopping smoking improves sex life

As noted already, the good news is that almost immediately after quitting the body starts to samoizchistva of accumulated poisons and every day will feel better and better and better.

Only after three days without cigarettes, the level of carbon dioxide in your body will drop significantly and you will feel a positive change in your sex life.

Another reason I have to mention?

Statement of Matthew L. Myers, President, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Apr. 21 2011

WASHINGTON, DC -- A new report published today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention underscores the strong momentum across the country to pass smoke-free workplace laws that protect all workers and the public from the serious health hazards of secondhand smoke. The CDC report finds that in the past 10 years, 25 states and the District of Columbia have enacted smoke-free laws that apply to all workplaces, restaurants and bars.  It projects that, at the current rate of progress, the entire nation could be protected by such laws by 2020 or sooner.

However, continued progress is by no means inevitable, especially as the tobacco industry and its political allies this year have stepped up their efforts to defeat smoke-free legislation and weaken or repeal existing laws.  It is imperative that elected officials in every state side with the public interest over tobacco interests by enacting strong smoke-free laws and defending them from attack.  As the U.S. Surgeon General and numerous scientific studies have found, smoke-free laws protect health without harming business.  In addition, polls and ballot initiatives repeatedly have shown that the public strongly supports smoke-free laws that apply to all workplaces and public places and protect everyone’s right to breathe clean air.  Every state should enact such a law.

Texas -- one of only seven states that have no statewide smoking restrictions of any kind --has the most immediate opportunity to join the growing list of smoke-free states.  Committees in both the state House and Senate have approved comprehensive smoke-free legislation, and both chambers should move quickly to schedule floor votes. A recent poll found that 70 percent of Texas voters back such a law, with strong support from Republicans, Democrats, Independents and supporters of the tea party movement.

The CDC report also comes as the tobacco industry and allies are pushing legislation to weaken or repeal smoke-free laws in several states, including Illinois, North Carolina, Washington and Wisconsin.  These efforts are premised on the discredited argument that smoke-free laws hurt business.  Bars and restaurants have thrived in smoke-free states and communities across the nation, and studies repeatedly have found smoke-free laws do not harm business and may even have a positive impact.  Any legislator voting to weaken or repeal smoke-free laws is voting to take away the public right’s to breathe clean air, putting lives at risk and going against the clear wishes of the voting public.

According to the CDC, despite increased adoption of state and local smoke-free laws, approximately 88 million nonsmoking Americans are still exposed to secondhand smoke each year.  Children are disproportionately affected, with more than half being exposed to secondhand smoke.

The CDC report, published in this week’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, finds that seven states have no statewide smoking restrictions in place for workplaces, restaurants or bars: Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, West Virginia and Wyoming (however, many communities in these states have enacted strong local laws). 

Background on Secondhand Smoke and Smoke-Free Laws

The need for protection from secondhand smoke in all workplaces and public places has never been clearer. In issuing a groundbreaking report on secondhand smoke in June 2006, U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona stated, "The debate is over. The science is clear: Secondhand smoke is not a mere annoyance, but a serious health hazard that causes premature death and disease in children and nonsmoking adults."

Secondhand smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals, including at least 69 carcinogens. The Surgeon General found that secondhand smoke is a proven cause of lung cancer, heart disease, respiratory illnesses, low birth weight and sudden infant death syndrome.  The Surgeon General also found that secondhand smoke is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths in the United States each year, there is no safe level of exposure, and only smoke-free laws provide effective protection.

It's time for every state and community to protect everyone's right to breathe clean air.
Like drinking too much alcohol or doing drugs, smoking is also very harmful to your health. It can cause serious health conditions including cancer, heart disease, stroke and gum disease. It can also cause eye diseases that can lead to blindness. Smoking can make it harder for a woman to get pregnant.

Smoking and your baby
Not only is smoking harmful to you, it's also harmful to your baby during pregnancy. When you smoke during pregnancy, your baby is exposed to dangerous chemicals like nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar. These chemicals can lessen the amount of oxygen that your baby gets. Oxygen is very important for helping your baby grow healthy. Smoking can also damage your baby's lungs.

Women who smoke during pregnancy are more likely to have:

Babies born to women who smoke during pregnancy are more likely to be born:

Babies born prematurely and at low birthweight are at risk of other serious health problems, including lifelong disabilities (such as cerebral palsy, mental retardation and learning problems), and in some cases, death. 

Secondhand smoke
Breathing in someone else's smoke is also harmful. Secondhand smoke during pregnancy can cause a baby to be born at low birthweight. Secondhand smoke is also dangerous to young children. Babies exposed to secondhand smoke:

  • Are more likely to die from SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)
  • Are at greater risk for asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, ear infections, respiratory symptoms
  • May experience slow lung growth
Thirdhand smoke
New research shows that thirdhand smoke is another health hazard. Thirdhand smoke is made up of the toxic gases and particles left behind from cigarette or cigar smoking. These toxic remains, which include lead, arsenic and carbon monoxide, cling to things like clothes, hair, couches and carpets well after the smoke from a cigarette or cigar has cleared the room. That’s why you often can tell a smoker by the smell of cigarettes or cigars that linger on his clothing or in his home or car. Things like cracking the car window down while you smoke or smoking in another room aren’t enough to keep others away from the harm caused by cigarettes or cigars.

Breathing in these toxins at an early age (babies and young children) may have devastating health problems like asthma and other breathing issues, learning disorders and cancer. It's important that expecting moms and their children do their best to keep away from places where people smoke.

Reasons to quit
The sooner you quit smoking during pregnancy, the healthier you and your baby will be. It's best to quit smoking before getting pregnant. But if you're pregnant, this would be a great opportunity to kick the habit.

Some women may mistakenly think that switching to "light" or "mild" cigarettes are a safer choice during pregnancy. Other pregnant women may want to cut down on smoking rather than quitting altogether. It's true that the less you smoke, the better off baby will be. But quitting smoking is the best way to help ensure a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby.

Besides, when you quit smoking, you'll never again have to go outside and look for a place to smoke. You'll also have:

  • Cleaner teeth
  • Fresher breath
  • Fewer stain marks on your fingers
  • Fewer skin wrinkles
  • A better sense of smell and taste
  • More strength and ability to be more active
Tips to quit

  • Write down your reasons for quitting. Look at the list when you are tempted to smoke.
  • Choose a "quit day." On that day, throw away all your cigarettes or cigars, lighters and ashtrays.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Keep your hands busy using a small stress ball or doing some needlework.
  • Keep yourself occupied, too. Try going for a walk or doing chores to keep your mind off of cravings.
  • Snack on some raw veggies or chew some sugarless gum to ease the need to have something in your mouth.
  • Stay away from places, activities or people that make you feel like smoking.
  • Ask your partner or a friend to help you quit. Call that person when you feel like smoking.
  • Ask your health care provider about quitting aids such as patches, gum, nasal spray and medications.
  • Don't start using these without your health care provider's okay, especially if you're pregnant.
  • Don't get discouraged if you don't quit completely right away. Keep trying. If you can't quit, cut back as much as you can.
  • Ask your employer to see what services are offered or covered by insurance.
  • Learn about smoking cessation programs in your community or from your employer. You can get more information from you health care provider, hospital or health department.
See also: (1-800-Quit-Now),  National Tobacco Cessation CollaborativeU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

April 2010

Tots on a train underscore need for enforcement of China’s new smoke-free rules

Posted by: Editor | Apr 15, 2011

The world was shocked last summer to see videos of an Indonesian toddler chain-smoking as part of his daily routine. 

Now China has doubled the trouble: A video of two toddlers in a train car, puffing on cigarettes and blowing smoke in each other's faces, has surfaced on the Internet

Adults nearby watch, comment  and even chuckle at the kids' disturbing use of deadly tobacco.

See for yourself:


Today it is known to all that smoking is harmful to our health. However, although science constantly discovers new facts about the damage that tobacco was applied on the human organism, the number of smokers, especially among young people is constantly increasing. What caused this trend? 

It turns out that all smokers are aware of the harm of tobacco, but few are those that connect smoking with their particular disease say the damage is considered in general as some kind of abstraction that may concern others, not ourselves. However, smoking is one of the harmful habits that cause most diseases. Let us recall some data. 

Research has shown that smoking is closely related to ischemic heart disease, with arterial thrombosis, with diseases of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract, with lung cancer and other cancers, chronic bronchitis, emphysema in the lungs. 

Respiratory organs are particularly vulnerable. 

In more than 80 percent of smokers is found chronic bronchitis. This bronchitis, which do not pay attention, is very dangerous as the years he became a fertile ground for the emergence of cancer. It should be noted that the risk for cancer of the lungs also increased as the number of smoked cigarettes. Nor can it be otherwise: 40 percent of tobacco tar are highly carcinogenic benzpiren. 

Smoking affects the nervous system. 

The idea acquired from many literary works and films that the cigarette calming and gives clarity of thought is deeply flawed. Smoking is very dangerous and harmful stimulant and the more frequent recourse to it, the more increased its detrimental effects on health. Goethe said: "Since smoking is zatapyava. It is incompatible with creativity. " 

Very unfortunately in recent years a growing number of girls and women smokers. 

The main reason for this disaster due to the fact that smoking is considered modern. But young women do not even suspect how expensive it cost them. Woman smoked easily recognizable by pale, withered by early wrinkles skin of a person unpleasant hoarseness, a bad breath. These are only external manifestations of toxic tobacco organism. Much more severe is the damage that tobacco was causing the internal organs of a woman, particularly her genitals: if women smokers are often distorted menstrual cycle, develop different diseases. 

Totally unacceptable is when a pregnant woman smokes. 

Poisons smoke penetrate the placenta into the fetus. Smoking increases the likelihood of miscarriage, birth of dead children or children with abnormalities. All babies who were exposed to tobacco during pregnancy, birth must be weaker by at least a few hundred grams, then their mental and physical development were delayed. 

Also unacceptable is smoking by lactating mothers. 

In 1 liter of breast milk nicotine yield may reach 0.5 milligrams when the lethal dose of strong poison that is 1 to 1 milligram per kilogram body weight of the baby. Children of smoking breastfeeding are usually weak, develop bad set are colds, sleeping poorly, the performance of their bowel upset. 

Many have serious consequences smoking among children and adolescents. 

Developing organism is very sensitive to all harmful factors and especially smoking. It is exposed to nicotine, carbon dioxide, some radioactive substances, some of them are carcinogens, others have accumulated property, that have the ability to be deposited in the body, disrupting vital organs and systems. 

Finally, the smoker does not poison itself. 

Those who do not smoke, but in a place where smoke can inhale up to 80 percent of the substances contained in the smoke of cigarettes or pipes. This passive smoking is particularly dangerous to pregnant women, nursing mothers, children and adolescents, for people who suffer from chronic diseases of the cardiovascular and respiratory system.

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More junkie thinking!  Your coffee's flavor will remain identical.  In fact, it may even taste better once your taste buds heal after years of being numbed, coated and poisoned.  Your sense of smell may become so refined that you'll smell fresh coffee brewing more than one hundred feet away.  Although you don't need to give up your coffee or any thing else except nicotine during recovery, be aware that nicotine somehow doubles the rate ( 203%) by which caffeine is metabolized by the body. As a new ex-smoker you may only need half as much caffeine in order to obtain the same effect.  If you are a heavy caffeine user and find yourself experiencing increased anxiety during recovery, or encounter difficulty sleeping, try reducing your intake by roughly half.

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by John R. Polito
Sadly, although smoking is the leading cause of premature death in nearly all developed nations, most will die knowing very little about either smoking or quitting.

Knowledge is power. Key to dramatically increasing a quitter's odds of success is in becoming more dependency recovery savvy than their addiction is strong.

Please share this short ten question quiz with every smoker you know. The correct answer is presented immediately after each question. Answering at least 7 of 10 correctly suggests that the smoker knows the key lessons needed to succeed in quitting. Should they score poorly, encourage them to visit and, a totally free education oriented quit smoking site that sells nothing, is staffed entirely by volunteers and declines donations.

Smoking/Quitting Quiz-



Appear the first symptoms of nicotine "hunger", which indicates that your body begins to be released by nicotine. 


Your heartbeat slows down and your blood pressure is lowered, although it may take several weeks until they are completely normal. 


In your body will no carbon monoxide from cigarette smoke, the lungs begin to work a little better, but weakens the blow. 

2 days 

Your sense of smell and taste improve. 

2 to 12 weeks 

Circulation improves your body, leading to greater ease in walking and jogging. 

3 to 9 months 

Coughing, wheezing and breathing difficulties you down and work of the lungs is improved by about 10%. 

5 years 

Your risk of heart attack becomes 2 times smaller than that of smokers. 

10 years 

Your risk of ill from lung cancer also decreased 2-fold compared with that of smokers and the risk of heart attack is so low as in someone who never smoked. 

         Besides health, we should not forget the financial benefits of quitting smoking: 
                  • One pack of cigarettes cost money. Calculate how much money you "burn" smoke-free throughout their lives. Some smokers spend on cigarettes as much money as does a new luxury car; 
                  • The work will be more productive and more rarely absent due to illness. Today the best employers in the world accept a job only smokers; 
                  • By not smoking will suffer less, but each disease is associated with costs. In this way you will avoid the costs that smoking triggers. 

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