World no tobacco day is celebrated to draw attention to Tobacco outbreaks and diseases caused by it.
World no tobacco day is celebrated on 31st May every year. Member states of the WHO first created it in 1987. The World Health Assembly passed a Resolution for 7 April, remember as a “World No-Smoking Day.”
Then in 1988, the WHA42 bill was passed that calling 31 st may every year “No tobacco day.”
On this day, we are hereby discussing some important things about how tobacco relates to health.
With each inhalation, smoke brings more than 5000 chemical substances into contact with the body’s tissues.
Tar, a black sticky substance, begins to cover the teeth and damaging tooth enamel and ultimately causing deterioration over time. Smoke also infects the nerve ending in the nose making the loss of smell.
In the airways and lungs, smoke raises infections as well as chronic illnesses like bronchitis and emphysema. It executes this by destroying the cilia tiny hair look like formations whose job is to keep airways clear.
Diseases Caused By Tobacco:
How To Quit Smoking:
There is never a say to no. Consistency is the key to success. Keep going; one day, you will be able to lose this habit.
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