I hope this article helps.
Deaths which are related to smoking are at the highest throughout the world which has resulted in millions of people dying each year from smoking alone.
Surveys have revealed that a shocking 1 in 4 people are addicted to smoking throughout the UK alone.
Smoking is known as one of the hardest addictions to give up as it has been recently revealed that nicotine is as addictive as heroin or cocaine.
Don't forget that there are plenty or organisations and medical support out there for people who wish to give up smoking.
Up to 70% of smokers want to quit smoking but don't have the motivation or the knowledge of how to quit.
There are many groups who will access your situation and recommend a particular treatment which suits your needs.
Is smoking really that bad for you? As we have already stated; Smoking is one of the biggest killers in the UK.
It causes five times as more deaths as those caused by road traffic accidents, over dosing, poisoning of the live and alcoholism.
A shocking 30% of cancer deaths are due to smoking.
Smoking can cause impotence and infertility in both sexes this can mean that intercourse is exceptionally difficult and sperm count is often decreased which means you could struggle to have children.
It can also cause diabetes as you can gain a insulin resistance which often leads to diabetes.
Smoking can also cause angina, high blood pressure, depression and optic neuropathy, amblyopic and macular degeneration.
Don't forget that if you want support you can go online for help and assistance.