Both smoking and passive smoking severely compromise the health of children, pregnant women and the fetus.
On the occasion of the International Day of Smoking without Smoking, the public health service of the Slovak Republic shows the reality. PAsian smoking, ie unintentional exposure to cigarette smoke, should not be underestimated. Cigarette smoke measures a significant health hazard for non-smoking environments.
Passive smoking according to Heis their endangers the health of pregnant women and fetuses. Children who are exposed to passive smoking in households have an increased risk of respiratory illness since childhood, later suffering from allergic rhinitis, skin or middle ear inflammation. There is also a higher engagement for oncological diseases.
Do not go to the smoking areas
"Passive passive smokers endanger the development of the fetus The risk of fats is the same as for pregnant women who smoke 1-5 cigarettes a day Smokers have an increased risk of frenetic delivery, with a higher risk of sudden death syndrome in nuborns. In addition, children of mothers who have been smoking during pregnancy often suffer from many complications, most seriously are neurological abnormalities and natural disorders, warns uvz.
Head of Children and Youth Hygiene Department, Yan Hamad, said that the Smokey cigarette smoke contains thousands of different components that spread through the air for a long time after smoking. The substances react with other polymers in the area, creating completely new dangerous compounds affecting DNA.
"They let down the apartment, even on things that are in another place where they do not smoke at all. Nicotine is specially stored in hair, which can be tested for a long time. It is also found in the hair of young children from heavy smoker households, or in the children whose mothers did not stop smoking even during pregnancy, Stated.
Cigarettes have been tested by school children
Statistics show that the first experience with cigarettes is no longer avoided by documents in primary schools. Nearly 34 percent of 11- to 14-year-olds have said they have been smoking cigarettes. The result of the Death School survey in 2014 on a sample of 5436 elementary school students. The 24% of the 4908 high school students are admitted to the daily need to burn a cigarette at least once.
However, tobacco use is a significant risk factor for many malignant tumors and deaths. Cigarette smoke contains more than 7000 chemicals and compounds, of which a large amount is considered a proven carcinogen.
Smokers who want to fight with their addiction can help in specialized smoking maintenance counseling at the Regional Health Bureaus (RÚVZ) in the Slovak Republic, at the basic health consultants at RÚVZ, and in the left-hand assistance (telephone number 0908222722).