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Home / Fitness / Smoker vs non-smoker viral video will make you quit cigarettes for good

Smoker vs non-smoker viral video will make you quit cigarettes for good

If you are a smoker, you need to see this. A Facebook video, which shows the difference between a cancer-ridden lung and a healthy one, will motivate you to kick the butt ASAP.

fitness Updated: May 03, 2018 15:49 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times
The video shows what 1 pack per day of cigarette for 20 years can do to your lungs.
The video shows what 1 pack per day of cigarette for 20 years can do to your lungs.(Shutterstock)

While anti-smoking ads and disclaimers on cigarette packets may or may not be effective, this viral video may just do the trick. It comes in time for World No Tobacco Day (May 31), and may encourage you to kick the butt.

A North Carolina-based nurse Amanda Eller recently posted a couple of videos on Facebook that show the difference between healthy lungs and a black-coloured cancer-ridden lung. It is especially relevant in India, given latest reports suggesting 6.25 lakh children smoke cigarettes daily in India, according to the Tobacco Atlas report.

The videos show how the two lungs inflate and deflate differently. While the cancerous lungs have lost their elasticity, the healthy lungs are able to regain shape fairly easily after exhalation.

The caption reads, “Cancerous, 1 pack per day for 20 years lungs versus healthy lungs. Still wanna smoke?” Since it was posted on April 23, it has fetched almost 4 crore views.

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