Finally, when we think of the emotions our families and friends must go through when someone they know has a smoking related disease and even worse dies due to smoking. The NHS is suffering with the high influx of smoker coming for help and getting diagnosed with the worst. The social economy is suffering as more antisocial behaviour is occurring due to underage smokers burning rubbish bins. When we find out that over 200,000 children start smoking every year. This must be our incentive to increase the tobacco tax and make a significant change in society.
Despite these positive are lots of negative effects to smoking too. Initially, smoking has been proven to be very dangerous for health. cigarette contains more than 4000 chemical substances, therefore, it dangerous diseases such as heart attacks, asthma, bronchitis or lung cancer. According to a recent report in Britain close to 3,500 people are killed each year in road accidents and 120,000 are killed by smoking. Furthermore, smoking costs governments millions of dollars because of the large number of people who need treatment in hospitals for smoking-related problems. Moreover, passive smoking is also a major concern today. Recent research shows that non-smokers can suffer from health problems if they spend long periods of time among people who do smoke. In the UK children whose parents are are three times as likely to start smoking themselves .