Aggressiveness In A Child Could Be Cause By Cigarette Smoke

Children who are exposed to smoke at an early age are more likely to grow up to be aggressive and antisocial. That’s regardless of whether their parents smoked while pregnant and have innate antisocial. This was revealed in a study of 2,055 children since their birth until the age of ten years.

Researchers also asked for reports from parents and teachers about the frequency of exposure to secondhand smoke and their behavior in the classroom. This research was also supported by research on the biological effects of cigarette smoke on the brain. As a result, children who are exposed to smoke at an early age are statistically more aggressive and have an antisocial behavior.

It’s very dangerous situation as children’s brains are still developing. Researchers also say 40% of children in the world are exposed to cigarette smoke.

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