People who smoke are poor and unintelligent.
66.6% of smokers live below average, have a low quit rate of 34.5%, and 39% do not have a high school diploma.
In general, people with low wages and high stress tend to smoke. But 69.9% of those who managed to quit smoking have an above-average standard of living.
Another study found that in Richmond, which is relatively wealthy, only 5.9% of adults smoked, with a life expectancy of 82.9 years. However, in Blackpool, where the average income is lower than in Richmond, 21.1% of adults smoke, and the average life expectancy is 74.2 years.
The higher the number of smokers, the lower the life expectancy in an area. The average life expectancy of the above two is 9 years. Also, after starting to smoke, the person’s quality of life decreases by 14.6%.
There is a lot of evidence to show the negative effects of this. I don’t know how much it is in Mongolia, but there is no doubt that smoking has a very negative effect on the average life expectancy and health of Mongolians.
If you smoke, ask yourself right now. “How has smoking changed my life?”, “Does smoking make my life happy?”, “How will this one cigarette affect the people I love?”,
“How will quitting smoking change me?” etc. ask yourself many questions and answer yourself. But I will ask you strictly. “Are you smart enough to quit smoking?” You will leave the answer to yourself.