Stop Smoking Anti-Smoking Ads – Part 02

Quit Smoking – Please give up your smoking habit. We have quite a lot of reasons as we tell you to quit smoking. Here are some anti-smoking ads given right above in these pictures here. Take a look at each of them in their full dimensions so that you can also read the text in the pictures.

Smoking Facts

An estimated 430,000 Americans die each year from diseases caused by smoking (that’s more than alcohol, cocaine, crack, heroin, homicide, suicide, car accidents, fires, and AIDS deaths combined).

Secondhand smoke causes lung cancer in nonsmokers and breathing problems or ear infections in children. Secondhand smoke is responsible far 3,000 US deaths every year.

Effects of Smoking

Short Term:

  • Hair and clothes smell
  • Skin wrinkles
  • Teeth/Fingers stained
  • Bad breath
  • Taste buds deadened
  • Stuffy nose
  • Reduced sense of smell
  • Throat is irritated
  • Increases Blood Pressure
  • Stress on Heart
  • Lungs receive less oxygen

Long Term:

  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Lung cancer

Why Should You Stop Smoking?

  1. Improve my personal appearance by eliminating such things as stained teeth and fingers, bad breath, coughing, and smoking
    odor on clothes. Prevent wrinkles and keep my skin nice.
  2. Regain my sense of taste and smell, feel more energized and active, sleep better, and eliminate ‘hairy tongue’ and ‘smokers cough’ or wheezing.
  3. Regain control of my behavior, gaining a sense of freedom, and owning myself again.
  4. Reduce health risks, such as the risk of heart disease, cancer, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. I do not want a heart attack or to have problems breathing.
  5. Reduce risk to unborn children and provide a healthy environment for children and others living with me.
  6. Save money.
  7. Increase productivity by regaining the time I now spend maintaining my smoking habit.
  8. Avoid possible injury or upset to others by such things as smoking in restaurants or dropping ashes on them.

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