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Malaysia’s government should ban Shisha in Malaysia Free essay! Download now

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World Health Organization (2005) claimed that half of the people who smoke today will die at a young age and around 5 million deaths per year worldwide. According to Anjum et al. (2007), although people are now more towards heath conscious in choosing foods, however the health of people does not seems affirmative when smoking now expands to younger teenagers and women. Neergaard et al. (2006) claimed that the usage of tobacco is now expanding and the rapid growth in usage of water pipe do worried the society. Union for International Cancer Control (2011) stated that smoking a Shisha pipe is as bad for people as smoking tobacco. According to Neergaard et al. (2006), Shisha is also known as hookah, narghile, and hubble buble where smokers smoke through a pipe for the!\n flavored or sweetened tobaccos. Shisha is a common practice in Arabian Peninsula, India, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh and China. (Anjum et al. 2007) However, as Arabian start entering Malaysia and started opening their Arabian Shisha cafes in Malaysia, Shisha are now easily be get and without limitation in age, Malaysian in any ages are eligible to smoke Shisha. In order to protect Malaysian from addicted in smoking Shisha, government should aware how harmful is Shisha to people and do something about it.

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1.0 Introduction
World Health Organization (2005) claimed that half of the people who smoke today will die at a young age and around 5 million deaths per year worldwide. According to Anjum et al. (2007), although people are now more towards heath conscious in choosing foods, however the health of people does not seems affirmative when smoking now expands to younger teenagers and women. Neergaard et al. (2006) claimed that the usage of tobacco is now expanding and the rapid growth in usage of water pipe do worried the society. Union for International Cancer Control (2011) stated that smoking a Shisha pipe is as bad for people as smoking tobacco. According to Neergaard et al. (2006), Shisha is also known as hookah, narghile, and hubble buble where smokers smoke through a pipe for the flavored or sweetened tobaccos. Shisha is a common practice in Arabian Peninsula, India, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh and China. (Anjum et al. 2007) However, as Arabian start entering Malaysia and started opening their Arabian Shisha cafes in Malaysia, Shisha are now easily be get and without limitation in age, Malaysian in any ages are eligible to smoke Shisha. In order to protect Malaysian from addicted in smoking Shisha, government should aware how harmful is Shisha to people and do something about it.

2.0 Body
2.1 Malaysia’s youth easily get addicted to Shisha
2.1.1 Youth are being deceived by Shisha
Primack et al. (2011) discussed that the early exposure of youth to tobacco smoking via water pipe may increased the likelihood of youths’ tobacco smoking. Sardar (2007) claimed that unique components of Shisha smoking which include a clay bowl used for burning tobacco, a shaft that connects the bowl to an ornate water vessel, and a long hose used to draw the smoke from the vessel to the smoker do attract youth to have a try on it. Furthermore, Shisha special scents which include apple, mint and mixed fruit increased the number of Shisha smokers among youth because it is taste good in the perception of youth. (Sardar, 2007)

2.1.2 Youth play down the potential of Shisha harm
Sardar(2007) claimed that youth says “we go Shisha-ing” instead of clubbing and it is common to see that whenever the place the young crowded, there will have blowing smoke rings into the air. Anjum et al. (2008) studies found that the youngest age that start smoking Shisha are 15 years old and Anjum et.al (2008) studies also figure out that on the 15 to 35 age group showing that 46.6% started smoking Shisha before the age of 18 years. The main reason of increasing trend of Shisha smoking among youth is youth does not notice that Shisha have three additional lethal risks over cigarette smoking. (Anjum ...

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