One of the most problematic addictions in the world is smoking, about 1.2 billion cigarettes are smoked each day. It is taking the lives of 15,500 Australians every year, this includes non-smokers.
he inhalation of Tobacco in cigarettes.
– Health Benefits
One cigarette bud contains about 4,000 deadly chemicals which can enter an individual’s body as poison. All it takes is 60 cigarettes to damage an individual’s lungs, putting them/themselves in danger of diseases.
– Saves Money
The average cost of cigarettes is 30 – 40 dollars, if smoking were to be illegal an individual could save up to $10,000 a year.
– Help smokers smoke less
Making smoking illegal is not only beneficial for the individual, but for everyone else.
Introduction of Cons:
– Personal Rights
Every individual has a freedom to their own health. It is personal freedom for individuals to do as they please, as so smoking.
– Economic impact
– Difficult to implant the law of not selling it everywhere
The impact of implanting the law of banning cigarettes