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SMOKING A BAD

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Wuri Prasetyaningsih
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WHAT IS
CIGARETTE?

A cigarette is a small cylinder of finely cut


tobacco leaves rolled in thin paper for smoking.
The cigarette is ignited at one end and allowed to
smoulder; its smoke is inhaled from the other
end, which is held in or to the mouth; in some
cases, a cigarette holder may be used, as well.
Most modern manufactured cigarettes are filtered
and also include reconstituted tobacco and other
additives.

SMOKI
NG

Smoking is a practice in which a substance is burned


and the resulting smoke breathed in to be tasted and
absorbed into the bloodstream. Most commonly the
substance is the dried leaves of the tobacco plant which
have been rolled into a small square of rice paper to
create a small, round cylinder called a "cigarette".

CIGARETTE INGREDIENTS
There are over 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke and
at least 69 of those chemicals are known to cause
cancer.

Two-thirds of Indonesian males 67 percent smoke tobacco.

SMOKER
STATISTIC
61 million Indonesians
currentlyIN
use INDONESIA
tobacco, almost all of whom smoke
tobacco.
Among people who visit restaurants, 85.4 percent are exposed to tobacco
smoke, while among those who use public transportation, 70 percent are
exposed.
Almost all adults (82.5 percent) reported seeing cigarette advertising or
promotions in the last month, far exceeding exposure levels from any other
country surveyed.
Nearly 50 percent of current smokers plan to or are thinking about quitting;
however, only 10.5 percent plan to quit within the next 12 months.
Overall, four in five Indonesians believed that smoking causes serious
illness (86.0 percent), specifically heart attacks (81.5 percent) and lung
cancer (84.7 percent). However, knowledge of other specific illnesses
caused by smoking was low: premature birth (49.5 percent), stroke (45.5
percent) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (36%).
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WHY DO PEOPLE START SMOKING?

WHY PEOPLE SMOKE?


Family attitudes that condone smoking
Peer pressure
Copycatting what is cool in popular culture
Sociodemographic factors
Personality traits
Making up for poor social or personal skills
Smoking for weight loss
Availability
Already using other drugs
Stress relief

RISK FROM
SMOKING

Smoking and its effects on Health - Stop to


day!

HOW CAN NURSES HELP PATIENTS QUIT


SMOKING?
1. Provide relevant data about smoking.
2. Ask about the patients support system.
3. Choose a day to quit.
4. Avoid smoker friends.
5. Cigarettes mean a lot of wasted money.
6. Encourage the patient to keep a diary.
7. Use a nicotine patch and/or chew gum or hard
candy.

Quitting Smoking Timeline