Top 100 World No Tobacco Day Quiz Questions and Answers with PDF

Top 100 World No Tobacco Day Quiz Questions and Answers with PDF

World Anti-Tobacco Day 2022: World Anti-Tobacco Day is celebrated every year on 31st May. The purpose of celebrating this is to make people aware of tobacco or intoxicants. Tobacco causes deadly diseases like cancer. Know why World No Tobacco Day is celebrated and what is the theme of this year.

World Anti-Tobacco Day 2022

World No Tobacco Day is celebrated across the world on 31 May. This day is specially made to stop the consumption of tobacco (bidi, cigarette, gutkha etc.) and to create awareness about the harm to health caused by tobacco. WHO is celebrated to create awareness about the negative effects on health. Tobacco (bidi, cigarette, gutkha etc.) especially damages the lungs.

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Beginning of World No Tobacco Day (History of World No Tobacco Day)

Millions of people are dying in the world due to tobacco use. In view of the death due to consumption of tobacco (bidi, cigarette, gutkha etc.) in the world, the World Health Organization had announced in 1987 to celebrate World No Tobacco Day across the world. For the first time, this day was celebrated on 7 April. But after that its proposal was passed on 31 May 1988, after that on 31 May every year World No Tobacco Day was celebrated.

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World Anti-Tobacco Day Theme 2022

WHO announces 2022 global campaign for World No Tobacco Day – “Tobacco: A Threat to Our Environment.” (“Tobacco: Threat to our environment.”) The campaign aims to raise public awareness of the environmental impact of tobacco – from cultivation, production, distribution and waste. Give tobacco users an additional reason to quit.

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World No Tobacco Day Questions and Answers

What’s the most common reason for not quitting?

  • Worried about weight gain
  • Craving is too strong
  • Enjoy it too much
  • Smoking eases stress

What kinds of substances are contained in a cigarette?

  • Chemicals used in wood varnish
  • Chemicals found in nail polish remover
  • Chemicals found in rat poison
  • All of the above

Nicotine causes which of these changes in the body?

  • Lowers body temperature
  • Raises heart rate
  • Raises blood pressure
  • B and C

How does dependence on nicotine develop?

  • Peer pressure makes it hard to quit
  • Nicotine changes the pattern of nerve signals in the brain
  • Physical craving is too strong
  • Mental habit is too hard to break

How many current smokers will eventually be killed by their tobacco use?

  • One in 20
  • One in 10
  • One in 2

A pinch of smokeless tobacco has about as much nicotine as 1 cigarette.

  • False
  • True

Roughly what proportion of smokers live in the developing world?

  • 65%
  • 35%
  • 55%
  • 85%

Which symptom is most likely to be associated with smoking cessation?

  • Stomach pain
  • Anxiety
  • Blurred vision
  • Dry mouth

Chewing tobacco stains your teeth.

  • True
  • False

Oral cancer that is just in one place can be cured if it is caught in its early stage.

  • True
  • False

Which one of the following is likely to be the most effective at helping smokers quit?

  • Opioid antagonists (such as naltrexone)
  • Self-help materials
  • Group behavioral therapy

To kick the chewing habit, talk with your healthcare provider about using a nicotine patch.

  • True
  • False

Smoking and _____ are risk factors for heart disease.

  • High cholesterol
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Blood infections
  • None of the above

Smokeless tobacco, e-cigarettes, and water pipes or hookahs all have nicotine in them and so are a health risk.

  • True
  • False

Signs of cigarette addiction do NOT include which one of the following:

  • Smoking more than three cigarettes per day
  • Difficulty eliminating the first cigarette in the morning
  • Smoking even when sick and in bed
  • Smoking within 30 minutes of awakening in the morning

Which has less nicotine than cigarettes?

  • Tobacco dip
  • Snuff
  • Both
  • Neither

What happens when nicotine comes into contact with the brain?

  • Dopamine is released
  • Tissues swell
  • Nerve centers shut down
  • Adrenaline decreases

Many people consider chewing tobacco safer than cigarettes because it’s not smoked.

  • False
  • True

Because there’s no smoke, chewing tobacco doesn’t increase the risk for death from heart disease and stroke.

  • True
  • False

Other health problems caused by smokeless tobacco include increased heart rate, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, and mouth sores.

  • False
  • True

Smokeless tobacco comes in several forms.

  • False
  • True

Roughly how many tobacco-related deaths are there each year worldwide?

  • About 8 million
  • About 1 million
  • About 12 million

E-cigarettes are also called vapes, e-hookahs, vape pens, and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). Any of these is a safe way to help you quit smoking.

  • True
  • False

Which of these statements is FALSE?

  • Cotinine is the breakdown product of nicotine
  • Chemicals in cigarettes can reach breast milk
  • At least 250 chemicals have been found in secondhand smoke
  • Smoking increases pain perception

Symptoms of oral cancer include sores on the inside of the mouth that don’t heal; pain, numbness, or tenderness in the mouth or lips; and a lump, or small eroded area in the mouth.

  • False
  • True

FAQ’s On Tobacco Day

When is World No Tobacco Day celebrated?

Ans: 31 May

Q. When is the World No Tobacco Day celebrated?

Ans: 31 May

Q. What is the theme of World No Tobacco Day 2022?

Ans : “Tobacco: Threat to our environment.”

Q. Which World Has No tobacco Day?

Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners everywhere mark World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption.

Q. How can stop smoking?

Try nicotine replacement therapy. Ask your health care provider about nicotine replacement therapy. …
Avoid triggers. …
Delay. …
Chew on it. …
Don’t have ‘just one’ …
Get physical. …
Try relaxation techniques. …
Call for reinforcements.

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