A Healthy Smoker? You must be joking!There are many young people smoking now acting as if they know the consequences. Maybe they do not.
It is difficult for a healthy, fit person who appears to be in good health to equate middle age, smelly, smokers cough and wheeze.
Men lose an estimated 13.2 years of life because of smoking, and women lose an estimated 14.5 years of life because of smoking.
Smoking affects the work of causing a loss of time, lost wages and lost productivity. In fact, smoking costs 92 billion in annual mortality rates related to lost productivity. 6 smokers miss more days of work per year than non-smokers. That’s more than a week of productivity.
Smoking is responsible for 1 in 5 deaths in the United States.
Forget for a moment the pain and suffering of Dejar De Fumar Forget for a moment the pain and suffering of those in their immediate circle of family and friends, and think for a moment of the financial burden on the economy. The financial costs of smoking is supported by all of us. Every man woman and child would be substantially better if the person did not smoke.
Therefore, it seems reasonable that, as beings who must make available the best information to quit school in our children, our employees, our friends. Encourage them to talk to your doctor to see which treatment is right for them. Let’s help them put addiction – it’s good for them and good for us.
In this country we have tied up with the concept of an individual’s right to do as he pleases if it is harmful to society as a whole. Undoubtedly, the society should be entitled to! We insist that the drivers of motor vehicles drive on the right side of the road no matter how a person feels that their individual rights are being violated. It would be foolish and dangerous for us there!
How much sillier is to allow money-making businesses to encourage naive people to adopt a practice that almost certainly lead to an addiction that will make their lives and the lives around them a pittance.