Why are so many young people smoking again? There appears to be a rise in young people smoking, both cigarettes and e-cigarettes. The reason for this is probably that it has been a few years since major public campaigns, so the younger generations are unaware of the dangers of smoking and their parents maybe assumed that because fewer people smoke in the western world that their kids would not start smoking.
But sadly the tobacco industry did not go away in the meantime and they are still marketing to attract new smokers in many sneaky ways, which we describe in our book about how to quit smoking.
In short smoking has become "cool" again among teenagers and young adults because they don't know anything about smoking and the affect it can have on their lives. They might be smoking a little less that previous generations, because there are fewer places where smoking is permitted but that just makes smoking even more annoying in the long run. When we smoked you could smoke almost anywhere including in hospitals and I can't imagine how smokers fight the cravings that nicotine gives them, when they have to wait longer between smokes.
Quitting smoking is often just as hard for a person who smokes a few cigarettes a day as it is for a person who smokes many cigarettes, so don't think that just smoking a few will make it easier to quit completely. We know lots of people who "don't smoke - except for the occassional one" Ask their partners how many occassionals smokes they have a day?
In our book Stepbac from smoking you can quit after the 2 hours it takes to read the book. It's easy to understand and has many diagrams and illustrations. You will find our how nicotine hijacks your brain and how smoking is a big scam because it does not help you or benefit your life in any way.
Then we teach you how to quit using the Stepbac method. Try it yourself or if you want to help others quit read our articles about how to help children not smoke and how to help your loved ones to quit smoking.
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