Friday, 11 February 2011

How does smoking affect other people?

Smoking can affect to other people such as children and passive smoking of adults.

Children and babies who live in a home where there is a smoker because there are more prone to asthma and ear, nose and chest infections. Normally children who' are been infection by smoking have an increased risk of dying from cot death. Then, they are more likely than average to become smokers themselves when older. Next, they are do less well at reading and reasoning skills compared to children in smoke-free homes, even at low levels of smoke exposure. They also at increased risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and cancer. For secondary smoker, people who are smoking have an increased risk of lung cancer and heart disease if  you are exposed to other people smoking for long periods of time. Tobacco smoke is also an irritant, and can make asthma and other conditions worse.


  1. of cos zahid..i agree..
    When someone smoke, they tend to mix around mostly with people who smoke, limiting our social circle...