March 30, 2020
ignorance

Teenagers smoke cigarettes due to ignorance at home

This report has been published in the journal Substance Use Misuse Medical. The report says that abusing children at home can be quite risky

Smoking is becoming a big problem in children, but do you know why children start smoking at a young age? In fact, when children are abused or ignored in the home, they move towards smoking cigarettes. After bad behaviour at home, children start cigarette or other bad habits at a young age. This has come up in research. This report has been published in the journal Substance Use & Misuse Medical.

The report said that abusing children in the home can be quite risky. This type of behaviour with children especially in childhood proves quite fatal. Because of this kind of behaviour, children start smoking. After this, smoking becomes a habit of children gradually.

Cigarette smoking causes brain damage
Susan Yoon, an assistant professor at Ohio State University in the US, said that she examined data on children in which children are treated and treated poorly. At the same time, he said that he was seen separately for misconduct cases. So that they could know the effect of cigarette smoking in children. He said that cigarette addiction is a serious social problem in children. Also said that smoking cigarettes does not work properly for children in their young age. Not only this, but it also shows its effect in ending the mind. He said that we know that one who starts smoking cigarettes at a young age becomes a habit.

Research done on 903 teen data
The team of researchers used 903 juvenile data to find out. Containing samples of adolescents aged 12, 16 and 18 years. It has been revealed that children in childhood, school age and teenage years are prone to smoking cigarettes due to ill treatment and neglect. Researchers report that at least 61 percent of children between the ages of 12 and 18 start smoking cigarettes.

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