Effects Of Smoking
The practice of smoking tobacco had a long history and ancient since 5000 BC when tobacco was first cultivated in South America. The most common substance is tobacco; smoking is, of course, is the most common method used for smoking.
What starts when the cultivation of a product then evolved into burning it for consumption, because either a coincidence or not, it is not clear, but gradually, the practice of it is starting to get acceptance, beginning with the method of burning incense on a ritual, as done by the ancient Babylonians, China, and India. The Christians then take this practice, which spread to other parts of the world, especially Europe. The shamans of South America to introduce the method of smoking tobacco; It was initially used as a social icebreaker, but soon smoking and various other drugs began to be used to hallucinate and produce trance while connected to the spirit world.
Tobacco is also used as merchandise for barter and Eastern tribes, and early North American used to bring a large number of for the purpose. Deals and bargains sealed with tobacco smoking. The tribes encourage children and adults to enjoy smoking tobacco because it is believed to be a gift from the creator and the prayers of a person go to heaven with the direction taken asap. Among the Aztecs, even women who came to the event were greeted with flowers and smoking tubes.
The use of tobacco as a drug and pain medication to relieve earache and toothache is very common in ancient times. With the addition of spices such as Cough Root, or Indian Balsam or Desert Sage, it gets a receipt to cure asthma symptoms and a mild case of tuberculosis.
In the 17th century, with the introduction of common trade routes, the concept of smoking tobacco with pipes and cigar moved into Eurasia where it creates hierarchical strata of a community and society.
Bad effects of smoking
In the late 1920s, some scientists Germany discovered the relationship between Lung cancer and smoking, so start the anti-smoking campaign. The years of world war immediately bring other issues into focus and new in 1950 United Kingdom researchers being able to demonstrate an apparent correlation between smoking and cancer. During the next two decades, a growing number of research bring evidence of bad effects of smoking that encourages social and political action against him. Which is interesting, since the year 1970-ness of smoking as a habit has declined in developed countries; developing countries, however, continue to rise.
With the introduction of drugs and other liquor that makes the individual practices, smoking addiction starts combined with additives that trigger adverse reactions. It is possible that the tobacco manufacturers do not want to lose the monopoly on trade and therefore involved in the malpractice, which leads to the formation of compulsive habit. Dopamine and endorphins, the two substances, which are often associated with feeling happy and ecstasy, released through smoke lead to increased heart rate and high vigilance.
Governments around the world are interested in spreading the anti-smoking campaign; laws and regulations strictly to curb the practices put in place by the various political parties. However, the tobacco lobby is very powerful and encouraging a less stringent law against smoking. In recent years, research has also revealed that non-smokers, especially women and children, were equally influenced by ‘ passive smokers ‘ inhaling cigarette smoke from close to a smoker who may be a family member or members of the public.
The smoking habit started when early adulthood and is more often seen as a peer group activities. Over time, he developed compulsive habits that are difficult to be eliminated; for some, the fear of withdrawal symptoms and negative reinforcement, denying the feelings of pleasure, becomes a key factor to extend or continue.