How Smoking 30 PACKS of Cigarettes Wrecks Your Lungs â You Must See This !
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The average smoker smokes a pack a day and this is what goes into your body after smoking for 30 days. I decided to do a simple test using cotton balls as lungs to determine what the effects of smoking a pack a day for 30 days, that's 600 cigarettes!! This is not a scientific test, it's an analogy of what could happen and what could accumulate and what it could do to your mouth, throat and lungs not to mention how it compromises every system in your body in order to try to tell you to stop smoking and stop slowly killing yourself. The average smoker smokes a pack a day or even worse some are chainsmokers that will chainsmokers from morning to night. The effects of smoking on your body is no secret and if you don't know by now, here is another reason why you need to quit smoking. It's never to late to quit and once you see what a pack a day for a month does to your lungs and body it will give you the fuel you need to fire up the will power and quit! Good luck on your journey to quit smoking. Remember, waiting another day could be one day too late.
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::::::::::::: ANSWERS to ALL YOUR CONCERNS about the test ::::::::::::::::
*This is not a scientific test, but is an analogy, a correlation. It's for you to decide and understand how this could effect your body in the same way.
*The exhale hose is clearly shown at the start.
*if all the smoke had been blown back through the cotton, the results would have been twice as bad!
*The smoke was drawn through and around the cotton, catching some, not all, of the chemicals and tar (evident by the accumulation in the hoses)
*The average smoker smokes one pack a day. (Google)
*The machine was set to smoke each cigarette at the same pace each time.
* Every single cigarette was smoked. 30 packs, 20 per pack equals 600 cigarettes. .
*Each cigarette was smoked 3/4 of the way to reflect real world smoking allowing a quarter of it to just burn away while talking or thinking.
*It took a day to set up and another 3 days for the machine to smoke all of the cigarettes.
*The results are real and actual from the cigarettes. Nothing was altered.
*Between each cigarette that was smoked, the chamber was cleared of smoke.
*The scenes were sped up or time lapsed to keep the video interesting and not too long.
*Each cigarette that was smoked, the smoke was drawn through and past the cotton balls, through the connecting hoses, into the pump and exhausted into the air.
*The smoke was not held in the glass chamber which many commenters have suggested.
*The black tar goo accumulation in the hoses showed up after only 10 packs. Tar from the next 20 packs overflowed and got sucked into the pump. It eventually ruined the pump.
*With actual smoking, you also blow the smoke out past all of the same organs twice which could actually be worse than this test.
*Whether the machine smoked the cigarettes all at once, or bit by bit, it's the same amount of smoke, the results would be the same.
*Your lungs aren't cotton balls and plastic tubes. At least with cotton balls and tubes you can swap them out. You can't buy new lungs.
*Lungs do self clean. That self cleaning mechanism is supposed to take care of dust and debris from normal breathing in poor environments. They weren't meant to be overwhelmed on an hourly basis by smoke from a burning object.
*The smell of the tar and cotton balls at the end was vile. I felt quite ill afterwards. Can't imagine how a smoker feels on a daily basis.
*Not scientific but the analogy speak volumes.
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