Cigarettes, cigarettes, or cigars are cylinders of paper measuring between 70 and 120 mm (varying by country) with a diameter of about 10 mm containing chopped dried tobacco leaves. The cigarette is burned at one end and allowed to burn so that the smoke can be inhaled through the mouth at the other end.
Cigarettes are usually sold in box packages or paper packages that can be easily inserted into the pocket. Since the last few years, these packages have also generally been accompanied by health messages that warn smokers of the health hazards that can be caused by smoking, such as lung cancer or heart attack (although in reality the message is often ignored).
Humans in the world who smoke for the first time are ethnic Indians in America, for ritual purposes such as worshiping gods or spirits. In the 16th century, when Europeans discovered the Americas, some of the European explorers joined in trying to smoke cigarettes and then bring tobacco to Europe. Then smoking habits began to appear among European nobility. But unlike the Indians who smoke for ritual purposes, in Europe people smoke only for pleasure. 17th century Spanish traders entered Turkey and at that time smoking began to enter Islamic countries.
According to research 51.1 percent of Indonesians are active smokers and are the highest in ASEAN. This is very different from the neighboring countries, for example: Brunei Darusallam 0.06% and Cambodia 1.15%. In 2013, 43.8% of smokers came from the weaker group; 37.7% of smokers only have an elementary diploma; farmers, fishermen and laborers cover 44.5% of active smokers. 33.4% of active smokers aged between 30 and 34 years. The good is only 1.1% of Indonesian women are active smokers, although of course passive smoking will be more. 
There has been a lot of research that proves that smoking is very addictive, in addition to causing many types of cancer, heart disease, respiratory diseases, digestive diseases, adverse effects on birth, and emphysema.