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  • Never smoke or light up around gasoline or any other volatile flammable substance.
  • Nicotine is physically and psychologically addictive. Both of these addictions may begin from the first cigarette. Cigarettes contain additives to enhance tobacco’s addictiveness, and many people are unable to quit smoking despite repeated attempts.
  • Aside from the health risks, smoking cigarettes will tend to leave an odor on you that some people find offensive. A regular smoker tends to become less sensitive to the smell of cigarette smoke and may not realize how strong it is.
  • Do not smoke on an empty stomach, as this could provoke a feeling of nausea.
  • Smokers experience decreased appetite due to the effects of nicotine and satisfaction or oral “need”. Weight control is a common reason people cite for continuing smoking.
  • Smoking is a fire hazard. Make sure all smoking materials and ashtrays are fully extinguished when finished and take proper precautions while smoking to avoid burns.
  • Novice smokers may experience symptoms associated with nicotine poisoning as their bodies adjust to nicotine. These include nausea, dizziness and will increased heart rate and raised blood pressure. If you are just starting to smoke, be careful excessive smoking in a short time can result in vomiting.
  • Nicotine increases stomach acidity, which may worsen the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, duodenal ulcers, and others.
  • Smoking can cause sexual or reproductive problems for both men and women. Men can experience erection problems and decreased sperm count, while women can experience infertility and menopause at a younger than average age.
  • Smoking diminishes your ability to taste and smell over time.
  • Passive smoking may affect the health of those around you, especially those with chronic heart conditions or lung disorders such as asthma. Limit smoking to a single room if you are able to. Smoke outside if you are in any doubt. Smoking in indoor public places and/or workplaces has been made illegal in many places. This can include company cars and substantially enclosed outdoor structures. In most cases, “no smoking” signs should be displayed to inform you of the law.
  • Smoking raises blood pressure and heart rate. This puts you at a much higher risk of having a heart attack and can cause strokes. In chronic smokers this can cause heart disease.
  • Smoking increases the chance of emphysema, chronic bronchitis and other lung diseases. Smokers are more susceptible to lung and throat infections due to the lining of the lungs and throat being irritated by the smoke.
  • Tobacco smoke is carcinogenic and can cause cancer of the lungs, throat, mouth, larynx, oesophagus, pancreas, and other areas of the body.
  • Smoking may cause birth defects, premature birth, and miscarriages in pregnant women.
  • Do not smoke in bed under any circumstances Once in bed it’s easy to fall asleep and drop your cigarette allowing it to set fire to the carpet.
  • Although the physical effects of nicotine are pleasant, major psychological effects occur which don’t cause any noticeable “high” sensation. The primitive, and unconscious, brain receives a false “reward” from the effects of the nicotine. The brain responds to this “reward” by developing a very strong primitive response which is nicotine addiction. Physical changes occur. Uptake receptor growth causes a chemical imbalance in the brain which make the user feel depressed and anxious when nicotine levels are low. This is caused by the brain attempting to compensate for the release of so many “reward” chemicals.
  • An adult who buys tobacco products for a minor may be in danger of paying a large fine, prosecution, and even a prison sentence, depending on local regulation.
  • Smoking is prohibited to minors so If your going to smoke be sure to check your states local age limit for smoking a cigarette.