Quitting smoking can be a daunting task for many people. You can encourage them, with positive support, to try and stop. Ultimately, it is their body and their responsibility to break the habit. Many people who gather the will to quit still relapse several times. Depending on their success and willingness to try, this will require some patience.Keegan said:Well, my parents smoke. I have no idea how to get them to stop. They smoke so much that people at my school think I smoke. Any ideas on how to get them to stop?
Second hand smoke is a health risk, but an actual smoker carries an overall greater risk for all associated health problems. That is to say, second hand smoke is a short term exposure to, certainly, several toxic chemcials and smoking is a long term exposure to many very toxic chemicals.Also, is it true that second hand smoke is worse than smoking yourslef?
That is completely untrue. the filters on cigarettes are only there to stop tobacco getting in your mouth, they filter absolutely none of the chemical compounds hat make up the smoke itself. when you breath second hand smoke, you are exposing yourself to harmful chemicals, but with a lower tar content than the first hand smoker, this is because the person who breathed it first lungs, will have absorbed a fairly good portion of it. How to get your parents to stop?If you smoke, you breathe in FILTERED smoke