One smoke leads to daily habit for most

One smoke leads to daily habit for most

One smoke leads to daily habit for most

"[This shows] prevention, providing [fewer] opportunities or reasons for young people to try a cigarette, is a good idea", said Peter Hajek, co-author of the research, from Queen Mary University of London.

This percentage was based on 215,000 respondents of eight surveys taken across the USA, U.K., New Zealand and Australia and compiled in the Global Health Data Exchange.

After all the times that doctors have warned about the negative effects provoked by cigarettes, people keep smoking them often. It shows around 50 to 82 percent people had gone for smoke on a daily basis or temporarily after trying a cigarette a day and when they combined the data, the percentage increased to 68.9%.

While smoking as a teen was once a rite of passage, researchers reveal the recent reduction in the number of smokers overall could be down to the fact teenagers are already "experimenting" with cigarettes less than they used to. Further analysis showed that, taken together, an estimated 68.9% of individuals smoked daily for a period after trying a cigarette.

"We've found that the conversion rate from "first time smoker" to "daily smoker" is surprisingly high", he said.

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The results of the research that has been conducted by the researchers of the Queen Mary University of London, have been published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research.

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Based on survey results from 4 different countries - including the United Kingdom - the findings highlight how addictive tobacco cigarettes are, and the importance of ensuring that stop smoking services are made available to help people quit.

Young people in the United Kingdom are decreasing from the 2010 to the 2016. According to her, authorities are "refusing" to introduce licensing for tobacco retailers, although both "the public and retailers" actively support this strategy. At this public health minister Steve Brine says,"Britain is a world leader in tobacco control, and thanks to our tough action smoking rates in England are at an all-time low".

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