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Tobacco pdhpe
Updated: 9/8/2020
Tobacco pdhpe
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  • Tobacco has social consequences as it worsens your social life. It exposes your loved ones to the harmful chemicals in cigarettes. This has negatively affected relationships and can even cause relationships to be broken forever.
  • Why shouldn't I smoke?
  • Additionally, tobacco can result in economic consequences as well, this includes the daily financial costs and increased life and health insurance costs. Research has shown a pack-a-day smokers can save over $6000 a year by quitting. Overall, smoking costs Australia close to $137 billion!
  • In 2015, more than 1 in 8 fatalities were caused by tobacco. Don't add to the problem and quit today!
  • By 2016, 61% of people who had ever smoked in Australia had quit.
  • You can take Nicotine replacement therapy, where gum, patches and oral sprays which have nicotine in them to reduce cravings. Another strategy is to reach out to your GP or pharmacists for further tips for quitting.
  • Oh yes, now I understand why I should not smoke. What are some ways to seek help?
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