"Change your health, one step at a time. "
"You can change yourself and therefore also the world. "
maandag 13 april 2015
Smoking into cars, why ?
What is already knew by myself 30 years ago has become more and more awareness now as like you don't have to complain or talk bad about smoking.
More and more countries are looking into it to avoid harm smoking can cause to people, especially young people. It's horrible to let childs keep them shut up with bulling like they don't know what good is for them. The only message the can show is at first crying if something is bad for them. Then they start to communicate and if you don't let them have a voice, they will know it deep down inside of them , being worry about punishment if you talk about certain things you actually think you don't know about.
Breathing is one of the most underestimated sources of health. If you know about how polluted and unhealthy our sky is these days, you are really starting to think about moving to somewhere else where natures thrives like mother nature has meant to be so.
If we listen more to kids they would have a great growing up time. SO time is precious and especially , when it comes to smoking . Don't loose time to have better quality of life. Enjoy your health and your child.
Beneath one article i share at least to let you know what's login to happen in the UK. Words came out to do something similar into belgium etc ... .
Parliament has approved regulations which will make smoking in cars carrying children illegal.
The new rules will come into force on 1 October 2015 and people failing to comply could face a £50 fixed penalty notice.
Public Health Minister Jane Ellison said:
Three million children are exposed to secondhand smoke in cars, putting their health at risk. We know that many of them feel embarrassed or frightened to ask adults to stop smoking which is why the regulations are an important step in protecting children from the harms of secondhand smoke.
Public Health England will launch its campaign to raise awareness of the dangers that secondhand smoke in homes and cars can cause to children’s health. PHE will also be running a campaign later in the year to raise awareness of the new legislation.
The regulations will become part of the existing smokefree laws and would make it an offence to smoke or to fail to prevent smoking in a private vehicle with someone under the age of 18 present. The regulations do not apply to a driver on their own in a car.