Effects Of Smoking On Mental Health


If you are mentally ill as well as a smoker, you may not think there is a solution, but ‘They’ is not the right idea for many people who are mentally ill and have successfully quit smoking. These people enjoy a much better and longer life.

This article contains useful information for all those who are either suffering from a mental illness or are worried and anxious about it. You may want to know the answers to the following questions.

  • How does smoking affect our physical health?
  • How does smoking affect our mental health?
  • How to reduce smoking?

Own Experience

Ever since I quit smoking, I feel very healthy and active. The same money I used to waste in smoking. With the same money I can now buy things about I didn’t even think about it before. My daily dose of medicine has also come down drastically.

You have every right to get the same help as everyone else.

What do I gain by quitting smoking?

  • Maybe you feel healthier and fresher.
  • Doing so is more likely to reduce your daily medication.
  • The only secret to longevity and good health.
  • If you smoke less than 10 cigarettes a day, you can save up to a thousand (1000) pounds a year.
  • You can be more active and energetic.

What if I don’t quit smoking?

If you have a mental illness, you are more likely to smoke more cigarettes than other people. So your smoking is more harmful to you.

You are more likely to be among the 100,000 people in the UK who die each year from smoking.

More likely to die prematurely, on average, “your age may decrease by ten years. About half (2/1) of smokers die 15 years prematurely and a quarter (4/1).” About 23 years ago! You will be more likely to get respiratory and heart diseases, diabetes, and not only lung but also many other types of cancer.

Mental Health And Smoking:

If you are mentally ill, it is more likely that you are also a smoker. The more you smoke, the more the following problems will increase.

More likely to have a mental illness, but the exact cause is not known,

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Suicidal thoughts and attempted suicide
  • Alcohol and drug abuse are more likely to worsen mental health.

In short, if you are a mental patient as well as a smoker, your physical health is more likely to deteriorate. This is one of the many reasons why people with mental illness die prematurely.

Smoking Turkish will not only make you feel healthier, more energetic, but also longer.

  • You have the right to get help to quit smoking.
  • Other issues related to smoking:
  • Men are more likely to have sexual dysfunction
  • Problems of smoking women
  • Decreased fertility
  • Difficulties during pregnancy
  • Birth of sick and weak children
  • Cigarette smoke is also dangerous for people who do not smoke but breathe in the smoke.
  • This is an expensive hobby.
  • If you are sick, you may not be able to do everything you want to, such as a job!

Many places nowadays (public places) have a ban on smoking which makes you isolated from everyone else.

Is it too late now?

No: there is still time. Even if you have been smoking since you were little. If you stop smoking before the age of 35, you will be about the same age as people who have never smoked. If you quit smoking before you reach the age of 50, your chances of dying from smoking-related diseases are reduced to half (2/1) of those who do not quit.

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