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This year focuses on the threat of tobacco on lung health for everyone — not just smokers. Tobacco smoking is the most common cause of lung cancer, resulting in about 1. Smokers are 22 times more likely to develop lung cancer than non-smokers, and twice as likely to develop TB. Tobacco smoke contributes to indoor air pollution. Smoke from the burning end of a cigarette, as well as exhaled smoke, is known as second-hand smoke. Non-smokers who breathe in this smoke risk getting lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, tuberculosis and asthma.
Just a single breath of tobacco smoke is enough to start damaging the lungs.
Inhaling tobacco smoke paralyses the structures in the airways that clear mucus and dirt, allowing toxins in the smoke to enter the lungs more easily. But it is never too late to quit smoking.
Lung function improves within just two weeks of quitting tobacco use.
Japan recently tightened up its indoor smoking regulations. Several municipalities such as Tokyo, Chiba City, Shizuoka Prefecture and Hokkaido are implementing tougher smoke-free measures to protect their citizens. Increasingly, businesses are choosing to promote health and not tobacco by banning smoking in their workplaces and helping workers to quit smoking. These are important steps towards protecting people from harmful second-hand smoke — but they do not go far enough.
This means that customers, families and workers will still be exposed to tobacco smoke.
Designated smoking rooms, which are ineffective in protecting people from second-hand smoke, will still be allowed in public spaces such as workplaces, hotels and trains. Japan is one of the fastest growing markets for e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products HTPs. WHO recommends that HTPs should be regulated in the same manner as other tobacco products, and that bystanders be protected from exposure to second-hand emissions from HTPs and e-cigarettes.
Japan will soon be showcasing its culture and hospitality at the Rugby World Cup. Many of the nations playing have introduced indoor smoke-free laws which have been good for health and good for business.
Research has found that indoor smoking bans have either a positive or no effect on business in bars and restaurants.
Japan has proven itself to be a global leader, particularly in its progress towards universal health coverage to ensure that all its citizens can access quality health care. The Rugby World Cup and the Olympics are golden opportunities for Japan to expand and accelerate its tobacco-free laws. Implementing and enforcing the most effective tobacco control policies and laws is critical for lung health of all people - not just smokers.