World No Tobacco Day is coming soon. Many schools will let children make handwritten newspapers about World No Tobacco Day. What is suitable for handwritten newspapers on World No Tobacco Day? Let's take a look at some manuscripts on World No Tobacco Day
World No Tobacco Day:
In November 1987, at the 6th International Conference on smoking and health held in Tokyo, Japan, the World Health Organization recommended that April 7 be designated as World No Tobacco Day every year and implemented from 1988. However, since 1989, the world No Tobacco Day has been changed to May 31 every year, because the second day is international children's day, hoping that the next generation will be free from the harm of tobacco. Tobacco dependence is a chronic disease. Tobacco harm is one of the most serious public health problems in the world. Smoking and second-hand smoke exposure seriously endanger human health.
What are the hazards of smoking?
1. Cardiovascular disease: smoking is related to the incidence of coronary heart disease, hypertension, sudden death and thromboangiitis obliterans. Smoking promotes the formation of blood clots and reduces the human body's ability to sense the precursors of heart disease.
2. Respiratory diseases: chronic bronchitis, emphysema, COPD and lung cancer.
3. digestive system diseases: peptic ulcer, gastritis, esophageal cancer, colon disease, pancreatic cancer and gastric cancer.
4. Cerebrovascular diseases: smoking increases the risk of cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction and subarachnoid hemorrhage. In addition, smoking can damage brain cells, damage memory, affect thinking about problems and cause mental disorders.
5. endocrine diseases: smoking 20 cigarettes / day can increase the risk of diabetes by 1 times. Smoking also promotes thyroid disease.
6. Oral diseases: such as lip cancer, oral cancer, oral leukoplakia, Candida albicans infection, oral mucosal pigmentation, oral odor, etc.
World No Tobacco Day 7. Ophthalmic diseases mainly include toxic optic neuropathy, decreased visual adaptability, macular degeneration, cataract, etc.
Benefits of quitting smoking
Tobacco can damage almost all human organs, and quitting smoking can effectively prevent or delay the progress of smoking related diseases. The study found that the risk of death of patients with coronary heart disease can be reduced by about half after quitting smoking for one year, and will continue to decrease with the extension of quitting smoking time. After quitting smoking for 15 years, the absolute risk of death of patients with coronary heart disease will be similar to that of never smokers; Quitting smoking and preventing second-hand smoke exposure are the most important means to prevent and treat COPD. Quitting smoking is the only way to effectively delay the progressive decline of pulmonary function; Smoking cessation can also reduce incidence rate and mortality of stroke, peripheral vascular disease, pneumonia and gastroduodenal ulcer. Therefore, quitting smoking is an important part of the treatment of various smoking related diseases. Quitting smoking can also reduce the harm of second-hand smoke exposure of surrounding people, especially family and colleagues.