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Most People Who Try Cigarettes Once Become Habitual Smokers
11 January 2018, 06:15 | Rex Hubbard
More than 60 percent who try a cigarette become daily smokers study says
The study which comes forward most recently is based on the data collected from UK, US, Australia and New Zealand in which around 60.3% people had tried smoking from which 68.9% contributed to the number of dailysmokers afterwards.
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London found that 69 per cent of people who had ever tried a cigarette had gone on to become a daily smoker, even if only for a while. An average of 60 percent of the more than 200,000 respondents had smoked a cigarette - and almost 69 percent of the nicotine-curious eventually formed a daily habit.
Meanwhile around 2.9 million people in the United Kingdom were e-cigarette users in 2016, it said. As this study released Monday and performed by global researchers explained, the majority of them continued consuming tobacco right after they tried their first cigarette - even for a short period after. It's the first time when experimenting with cigarettes is linked to becoming a smoker on such a large scale.
According to the scientists, this study highlights how important is to prevent people from smoking the very first cigarette.
The Delhi Police are fining people found smoking in publicplaces, during its four-day trial against smoking in public places, under the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA). 215000 people were included in 8 surveys that were done in 16 years.
In the same period, 19.3% of 18- to 24-year-olds were smokers, compared with 25.8% in 2010.
Across the United Kingdom, more men are smokers than women, with 17.7% of men being current smokers compared to 14.1% of women.
In 2016, 15.5% of the adults from the United Kingdom smoked, down from 19.9% in 2010, according to the office for National Statistics.
According to the World Health Organization study, 27.1 percent of Turkish people smoked cigarettes in 2015, compared to 31.2 percent in 2010.
Deborah Arnott, chief executive of the charity Action on Smoking and Health, called for the greater government regulation of tobacco sales. She said, "The government is refusing to introduce licensing for tobacco retailers, even though there is strong support for this both from the public and retailers". Looking into the current record, Britain has become one of the leading countries in tobacco control, Steve Brine, the Public health minister said.
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