Smoking and the bad effects
Furthermore, smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in industrialized countries. This fact has long been known – yet many people smoke. How does that work? After all, millions of people in recent years have stopped smoking. As the proportion of smokers has grown in population in recent years?
121,000 people in Germany died 2013 at the consequences of smoking . Thus 13.5 percent of all deaths were caused by smoking. In comparison to previous calculations significantly higher number (In 2009, there were 107,000 deaths) is due to the fact that for the first time deaths from colon and liver Cancer, type 2 diabetes and tuberculosis, and cardiovascular disease were taken into account.
In addition, smoking is the main risk factor for lung cancer. Furthermore, four out of five lung cancer deaths are attributed to smoking. In men, lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in the 1960s. In women, however, the mortality rate has increased significantly as a result of lung cancer is only in recent years, since smoking in women much later spread than in men. is estimated that in the coming years more and more women will die from lung cancer, lung cancer so replace the breast cancer in women and also for them to be leading cause of death.
Why should we give up smoking?
The reasons to stop smoking can be diverse and vary from person to person. In any case, we should stop, because we want it – for any reason whatsoever. However, there are some reasons that are in the foreground and you additional motivation to quit smoking.
- After 20 minutes, the decreases heart rate and blood pressure to a normal value.
- After about 12 hours, the carbon monoxide levels in the blood and the oxygen level drops rises to normal level. All organs are again better supplied with oxygen and physical performance increases.
- After about 2 weeks to 3 months, the circulation and lung function stabilized improved.
- After about 3 to 9 months coughing fits, nasal sinuses and shortness of breath recede. The lung is gradually purified by mucus is reduced and the risk of infection is reduced significantly.
- After 1 year the risk of coronary heart disease decreases by half the risk of smokers.
- After 5 years, the risk is reduced for a cancer in the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus and bladder in half. In addition, the cervical cancer risk is not higher than in non-smokers. Furthermore, the risk of stroke may be reduced to level of a nonsmoker after two to five years.
- After 10 years, visibility decreases the risk of dying from lung cancer by about half. Furthermore, the risk for cancers of the larynx and pancreas decreases.
- After 15 years, the risk of coronary heart disease is not higher than that of a lifelong non-smokers.
What makes cigarettes so toxic?
- 1,3-butadiene is a chemical that is used for the production of rubber. It is considered carcinogenic chemical that can cause certain blood cancers.
- Arsenic is used for preserving wood. Some arsenic compounds have been associated with lung cancer, skin cancer, liver cancer, prostate cancer and bladder cancer.
- Benzene is used to make other chemicals. It can cancer cause, particularly leukemia.
- Cadmium is a metal which is used to produce alloy metals, paints and dyes. Cadmium compounds may cause lung cancer. Furthermore, some cadmium compounds have been associated with renal and prostate cancer.
- Chromium VI is used to produce alloy metals, paints and dyes. Chromium VI compounds may cause lung cancer and have been associated with cancer of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
- Formaldehyde is used to make other chemicals and resins. It is also used as a preservative. It causes leukemia and cancer in the airway.
- Tar a sticky brown residue leaves on the lungs, teeth and fingernails and is also carcinogenic.
Those are just some of the substances contained in tobacco or tobacco smoke. Furthermore, nicotine, hydrogen cyanide and carbon monoxide are probably the best known ingredients. In addition, most smokers usually do not even know what they do so every day her body.
stop smoking with aromatherapy
The biggest disadvantage of smoking is the addiction that has taken root in our minds. Furthermore, it is not easy to fight an addiction, because in most cases withdrawal symptoms. But we need not be afraid, because there is nothing thing we have to fear. In addition, many can we herbs and oils help to quit smoking.
- Lobelia for smoking cessation
- Ginger helps with nausea
- St. John’s Wort helps relieve depression
- Passion flower regulates the excitability
- Rhodiola gives more energy
For taking the above herbs , homeopathic products are located.
Aromatherapy with essential oil (Recipe no. 1)
- 1 TEASPOON. lemon juice
- 30-50 drops of black pepper oil (ethereal)
- 30-50 drops of eucalyptus oil (ethereal)
- Combine all ingredients (best in a small bowl)
- rub oil under your nose or use cotton wool.
- When the urge of smoking is rampant again, take several deep breaths from the oil.
Aromatherapy with essential oil (Recipe no. 2)
- 40 drops of black pepper oil (ethereal)
- 20 drops of sage oil (ethereal)
- 30 drops of bergamot oil (ethereal)
- 10 drops of chamomile oil (ethereal)
- 20 drops marjoram oil (ethereal)
- 25 drops coriander oil (ethereal)
- Put all the essential oils in a small glass bottle
- easily circle the glass bottle can to mix the oils
- Now you can inhale this mixture.
- As a small tip: get a oil lamp, pour oil and spread in an apartment or a room.
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Aromatherapy (Phyto-inhalation) with vaporizers
The most effective way to release the active ingredients of an essential oil, is to use a vaporizer. Moreover, such devices vaporize the substances in a gentle way and ensure by its individual temperature control, a maximum and effective utilization of medicinal herbs and oils. Furthermore, the whole thing is called when using a vaporizer, strictly speaking, then also no longer aromatherapy, but phyto-inhalation and it can be vaporized and solid parts of plants, not just oils.
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