Smoking may provide many people with the comfort and solace they need during times of stress or depression, but it can also pose health risks to users and harm the environment. Recent studies have demonstrated that smoking pollutes the environment by releasing harmful air pollutants into the atmosphere. Additionally, the cigarette butts pollute the environment and cause soil and water pollution because the toxic compounds in the residues penetrate into the soil and waterways. As a result, various waste products emitted during the entire production process of cigarettes, in addition to cigarette smoke, also have a significant negative influence on people and the environment. It's interesting to note that when people learn about smoking cigarettes, they frequently consider the health hazards it causes on the human body. Many fail to look at the critical side topic, which pertains to how it harms the environment.

There are many reasons how smoking is bad for your health for example:


smoking is one of the leading causes of lung cancer deaths in the world. The smoke contains carcinogenic particles that increase smokers' risk of developing cancers of the lungs, esophagus, throat and larynx etc.

Type 2 diabetes:

Clinical research reveals the existence of a link between type 2 diabetes and smoking. The study indicates that smokers are 30% to 40% more likely to suffer from type 2 diabetes compared to nonsmokers.

Premature deaths:

Smoking leads to premature deaths because of the associated health risks, including respiratory cancer and vascular diseases. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 5 million deaths each year.