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Communicative English AE101

Present by: Nurul Hazira Syaza Binti
Abas 06DEM12F1055 Siti Zaleha Binti Kamarulzaman 06DEM12F1049 Saris Nadia Binti A.Rashid 06DEM12F1042

Lecturer: Ms. Anis Syazwani

Hookah (shisha) .

people smoke it as part of their culture and traditions.qalyan or shisha.  In the middle east and Arab world.narghile.History of hookah Hookah (hukka or huqqah) also knows as waterpipe.  Origin of hookah is from India and Persia.  .

air is pulled through the charcoal and into the bowl holding the tobacco. What is happening to the tobacco in the bowl is more like smoldering than the burning that takes place with smoking cigarettes or cigars. . The number of coals depends on the size of the coals and the size of the bowl. 4. Moist. (It is also possible to smoke dried fruits using the hookah. 6. When one inhales through the hose.How does hookah works 1. and on top of that goes a few hot coals. The coals heat up the tobacco (or fruit).) A layer of foil is placed on top of the tobacco. flavored tobacco called shisha is placed into the bowl. 2. 3. 5. causing it to smoke.

Parts of water pipe (shisha) 1. 2. 6. 5. The bowl Hose body Gasket Valve Water jar The plate . 3. 7. 4.

 Vanilla.  Cola.  Bubble gum.  Mint.  Apple.  Blueberry.Flavoured for shisha Strawberry.  etc  .

Advantages of shisha No result found! .

Disadvantages of shisha From Lowell Dale. heavy metals and cancercausing chemicals (carcinogens). hookah smokers are exposed to more carbon monoxide and smoke than are cigarette smokers.  . M. In fact.D: Hookah smoke contains high levels of toxic compounds. carbon monoxide. including tar.

 Hookah pipes used in hookah bars and cafes may not be cleaned properly.As with cigarette smoking. hookah smoking is linked to lung and oral cancers. heart disease. risking the spread of infectious diseases. and other serious illnesses.  .  Hookah smoking by pregnant women can result in low birth weight babies.


Dr.A.Biography of Dr Lowell Dale     Medical director of Mayo Clinic Tobacco Quitline. Mayo Clinic. Dale received his B. Dr Dale is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. in Rochester. degree from . Minn. and he has been an internal medicine consultant at Mayo since 1985. An associate professor of medicine at College of Medicine.

77 Range: 1-22 Average: 12. mg Nicotine.96 Yield from cigarette.1g m tobacco Multiple of average smoke value Tar.1-2 Average: 0.5 4-fold Carbon monoxide (CO) 143 11-fold .Chemical compound in shisha Chemical Yield from 1gm shisha tobacco 802 2. mg Range: 1-27 100-fold Average: 11.2 Range: 0.

Special to shisha smokers  .

Say no to shisha .

 . which might be because of the cost accessibility an availablity. Shisha smoking was more prevalent among the high socio economic group.Conclusion.  Shisha more harmfull than cigarrates.