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[Abstract]:
1. The number of smokers in China exceeds 300 million, and about 740 million non-smokers are exposed to exposure to second-hand smoke.

1. The number of smokers in China exceeds 300 million, and about 740 million non-smokers are exposed to exposure to second-hand smoke.

 

Second, China’s annual death toll from smoking exceeds 1 million, exceeding the combined death toll from tuberculosis, AIDS and malaria.

 

Third, half of the current smokers will die early due to smoking, and the average life expectancy of smokers is at least 10 years shorter than that of non-smokers.

 

4. Tobacco smoke contains at least 69 carcinogens.

 

5. Nicotine in tobacco products can lead to tobacco dependence, which is a chronic addictive disease.

 

Sixth, smoking and second-hand smoke exposure are serious health hazards, even if a small amount of tobacco smoke is inhaled, it will cause harm to the human body.

 

7. There is no safety level for second-hand smoke exposure. It is the only effective way to avoid harm in indoor smoking.

 

Eight, indoor smoking area (room), installation of ventilation and ventilation facilities can not avoid the harm of second-hand smoke exposure.

 

Nine, there is no harmless tobacco products, as long as smoking is harmful to health.

 

10. "Low tar cigarettes" and "Chinese herbal medicine cigarettes" cannot reduce the harm caused by smoking. Instead, they can easily induce smoking and affect smokers' quitting.

 

XI, smoking can lead to a variety of malignant tumors, including lung cancer, oral cancer, nasopharyngeal malignant tumor, laryngeal cancer, esophageal cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, cervical cancer, colorectal cancer, breast Cancer and acute leukemia.

 

Twelve, smoking can lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (slow obstructive pulmonary disease), asthma in adolescents, increase the risk of respiratory infections.

 

13. Smoking can increase the risk of tuberculosis illness and death.

 

14. Smoking can lead to coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral arterial disease.

 

Fifteen, male smoking can lead to erectile dysfunction.

 

Sixteen, female smoking can lead to lower pregnancy rate, miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth, low birth weight of infants, increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.

 

17. Smoking can cause type 2 diabetes and increase the risk of complications.

 

18. Smoking can cause periodontitis, cataracts, poor wound healing after surgery, skin aging, senile dementia, decreased bone density in postmenopausal women, and peptic ulcers.

 

Nineteen, second-hand smoke exposure can lead to lung cancer, coronary heart disease, stroke, breast cancer, sinus cancer.

 

Twenty, secondhand smoke exposure can lead to acute and chronic respiratory symptoms, decreased lung function, bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in adults.

 

Twenty-one, exposure to second-hand smoke in pregnant women can lead to lower birth weight, sudden infant death syndrome, premature birth, neonatal neural tube defects and cleft lip and palate.

 

Twenty-two, second-hand smoke exposure can lead to bronchial asthma, decreased lung function and otitis media in children.

 

Twenty-three, smoking cessation is the only way to reduce the risk of smoking, the sooner the quit smoking, the better, any age to quit smoking can benefit.

 

Twenty-four, smoking cessation can significantly reduce the risk of morbidity and mortality of various diseases such as lung cancer, coronary heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, delay the progress of the above diseases, and improve the prognosis.

 

Twenty-five, smoking women quit smoking before pregnancy or early pregnancy, can reduce the risk of premature birth, fetal growth restriction, neonatal low birth weight and other problems.

 

Twenty-six, smokers may experience discomfort during the process of quitting smoking, and may rely on specialized smoking cessation treatment if necessary.

 

27. Smokers should respect the health rights of others and do not smoke in indoor workplaces, indoor public places, public transport, and other places where smoking is prohibited.

 

Twenty-eight, smokers should actively quit smoking, the smoker's own willingness to quit is the basis for successful smoking cessation.

 

Twenty-nine, smoking cessation clinics can provide professional smoking cessation treatment to smokers.

 

Thirty, the national quit smoking hotline is 12320.