Dangers of Smoking
It is generally considered that smoking is a dangerous habit. But more than 80% people of our country are in the habit of smoking. Our young generation is getting addicted to smoking without knowing the damages it caused. It causes many fatal diseases like Cancer, Chronic bronchitis, heart attack and some other respiratory diseases. One puff of cigarette smoke contains fifteen billion particles of injurious matter Nicotine is one of them. It prevents the free flow of blood through of the veins. This reduces the supply of oxygen in the body. It damages our lungs. It also harms the nerves, damages the brain and sometimes spoils the character. People addicted to smoking also pollute the environment and the air. Besides, it causes irritation in the eye, offends the nose and unsettles the mind. Smoking is so dangerous that the stench of cigarette is repulsive to a non-smoker. Moreover, it wastes a lot of money. So all of us, irrespective of caste and creed age and religion should launch a massive campaign against smoking. The government should impose high taxation related to the factory of cigarette and its producer. They should be socially avoided either in the case of employment, merriment or even in the marriage. The people should be aware of their religious ethics and social values through campaign so that they cannot encourage themselves to smoking.