Smoking is a significant public health problem, which requires serious preventative measures. It also increases health costs because of the effects on early disability and mortality. As it can lead to dependence even in the short term, cigarette smoking entails economic costs as well as affecting the body negatively through its content, and thereby damaging the health. It is known that smoking habits are sustained through nicotine dependence. It has been emphasized in previous studies that it is a risk factor for many problems such as coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, myocardial infarction, cancer, stroke, and sudden death.