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The excessive consumption of smoking and its triggers
To what extent the consumption of tobacco affects the obtaining of lung cancer in Australian men over 75 years during the 2008 period? "" Cancer "is a generic term that designates a wide group of diseases that can affect any part of the organism;There is also talk of "malignant tumors" or "malignant neoplasms". A defining characteristic of cancer is the rapid multiplication of abnormal cells that extend beyond their usual limits and can invade adjacent parts of the body or spread to other organs, a process called "metastasis".
Metastasis are the main cause of cancer death.”CITATION WHO18 L 12298 (WHO) Lung cancer affects almost a third of the world population charging the lives of more than 5 million people per year and continuing to increase according to WHO by 2030 could charge the lives of about 8Millions of individuals, this type of cancer occurs when anomalous cells grow in one or both lungs uncontrolled, either due to an excess consumption of tobacco or marijuana mainly, air pollution, or exposure to carcinogens such as uranium) Ursenic (as).
The lungs are part of the respiratory system and are formed by a series of respiratory tract called bronchi and bronchioles, which end in tiny air sacks called alveolos where malignant neoplasia attacks in its early stages, about 18.4% of deaths from deathsCancer is due to pulmonary cancer Citation ABS17 L 12298 (ABS), about 1 million deaths record the WHO until 2010 in the world and the figure continues to increase year after year due mainly due to excessive tobacco consumption that causes approximately 22%of deaths from this citation WHO18 L 12298 (WHO) tumor (WHO).
Most registered cases are presented in middle and low income countries where new individuals with this problem often appear. Lung cancer affects everyone equally, this because the smoker beyond harming his body, also harms individuals around him, since the smoke emanating from tobacco, causes serious damage to the passive smoker, whoIt is the person who does not smoke directly from a tobacco, if not inhale the smoke that is expired by other smokers, mainly close to their family and social environment. Many data claim that the people most affected by this vice are those who live around active smokers.
There is an estimate that passive smoking has caused about 600,000 premature deaths per year, and about 31% of said figure corresponds to the death of infants. CITATION WHO181 L 12298 (WHO & WLF) for this reason, I have decidedIt shows the smoking indices and in the same way the lung cancer index in the Australian territory according to age, which and the relevant interpretation will answer the next research question.
To what extent the consumption of tobacco affects the obtaining of lung cancer in Australian men over 75 years during the 2008 period? According to studies carried out by the ABS during the 2008 period, it can be seen as 48% men have been seriously affected with lung cancer due to excessive tobacco consumption and in a lower percentage with 24% women, although very figures are figuresdistant, according to WHO, lung cancer is the main cause of deaths in men and the second most serious in women. Looking to the above, this type of cancer is diagnosed by a higher percentage in people between 70 and 80 years.
This is because in the course of their lives the consumption of excess tobacco begins to cause a deterioration of the lung causing the emergence of a cancer tumor that as the years takeCause death. In the previous table you can see how death by age both in men and women varies between 75 to 85 years, thus providing a clearer idea that in the course of life and when consuming tobacco malignant neoplasia seizes the greaterlung size leading to an irreparable loss between the aforementioned years.
It can also be emphasized that most active tobacco consumers are people around 60 and 70 years of age, thus causing even more serious damage to their body and in itself to the individual’s respiratory system, this also due to the metabolic deficit thatexists at that stage of life. It is worth mentioning that much of the Australian population are the elderly who are around 70, so in spite. A study by WHO during 2010, analyzing the oncological profiles of the countries.
I determine that in Australia the main factors causing cancer are: in greater incidence with 21.3% in men and 18.8% in women the massive consumption of tobacco, followed by the consumption of alcohol per capita in liters withA total incidence of 12.2%, in regards to the consumption of substances that cause damage to the body, however other factors such as obesity and physical inactivity with 29% and 25% respectively cause serious damage in the same wayto the metabolism of the individual. A study by WHO in 2012, based on data and indexes from 2007 to 2010.
I determine that in areas of the world where the highest incidence has smoking in health and therefore an increase in mortality is those countries located to the east, on the European, Asian continents and thereLike New Zealand, however we must take into account the mortality rate that is almost equal to the incidence in the population, so it is a serious problem because many individuals are being affected and in the same way dying, becausewhich is a correlation between the influence of tobacco and its post death.
Another of the studies carried out in 2012 at the Globocan ceremony in collaboration with the WHO, in which the previous table was announced, in this table we can see that lung cancer is the most harmful to Australians duethat 8232 people have died due to this neoplasm, of which about 30% have been people who are around 75 years of age, which gives certainty that the individuals most harmed by this type of cancer, are those most elderly dueto the years that have lived, and even more if they were smokers, since this worsens the state of the lung and itself of the physical health of the person.
In the same way, the WHO together with the Globocan Conference announced the most harmful types of cancer in the countries, in this graph you can see those that correspond to the Australian territory and heading the list you can see the lung cancer that affectsTo 19% of the Australian population, with 8232 cases of death registered, which corroborates and serves to contrast with the study of globocan that the incidence of tobacco affects in a very high way to the health of the individual and in itself distorts the demography ofAustralia, making it one of the ten countries where lives has charged malignant neoplasm that affects smokers, such as lung cancer especially in the individual’s adulthood.