Prevention of smoking
Prevention of smoking ppt
Sign up now Teen smoking: 10 ways to keep teens smoke-free Want to prevent teen smoking? People who use any type of drug treatment are more likely to quit smoking after 6 months than those who use a placebo or no drug treatment at all. It lessens the side effects of nicotine withdrawal, such as feeling depressed or nervous, having trouble thinking clearly, or having trouble sleeping. Family physicians should advise their patients, especially those with children and those with cardiovascular diseases or other chronic conditions, to avoid establishments that permit smoking and to request that family members not smoke in their home or vehicle. But they all carry health risks. Cigarette smoking harms nearly all organs of the body; it has been linked to heart disease, multiple cancers, lung diseases, among others. Medical Education The AAFP strongly advocates for in-depth, effective education in the prevention and cessation of tobacco use in medical schools and residency programs. Understand why teens smoke and vape — and how to talk to your teen about nicotine. For more information about tobacco cessation tools and interventions, visit www. Teens, however, can become addicted after smoking as few as five packs of cigarettes. This five-year action plan sets out interventions and policies to help reduce the harms from tobacco in Scotland. The AAFP encourages: The use of EHRs that include a template that prompts clinicians or their practice teams to collect information about tobacco and nicotine use, secondhand smoke exposure, current cessation interest, and past quit attempts. Use loved ones, friends, neighbors or celebrities who've had tobacco-related illnesses as real-life examples of the harm tobacco use can cause.
People who use any type of drug treatment are more likely to quit smoking after 6 months than those who use a placebo or no drug treatment at all. Providing protection through regulation. Eliminating any tobacco or nicotine product smoke or inhalable vapor in indoor spaces must be eliminated to fully protect those who do not use those products.
Drug treatment Treatment with drugs is also used to help people quit smoking. The AAFP encourages: The use of EHRs that include a template that prompts clinicians or their practice teams to collect information about tobacco and nicotine use, secondhand smoke exposure, current cessation interest, and past quit attempts.
Do the math Smoking is expensive. The AAFP supports requiring all tobacco products be placed behind sales counters in retail stores. How can we prevent tobacco use?
This includes providing medications, counseling, policy change, and improvements in primary care clinic systems. Think beyond cigarettes Teens often think that electronic cigarettes e-cigarettesas well as smokeless tobacco, clove cigarettes kretekscandy-flavored cigarettes bidis and water pipes hookahsare less harmful or addictive than are traditional cigarettes.
Talk with your teen about how tobacco companies try to influence ideas about smoking — such as through advertisements or product placement in movies that create the perception that smoking is glamorous, sexy and mature.
The AAFP supports legislation to ban the sale of tobacco products via the internet and from vending machines and ban the promotional distribution of free tobacco products. The AAFP will endeavor to place advertising material and develop relationships with publications that do not accept tobacco advertising.
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