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From the age of two, a child who smoked 40 cigarettes a day quit smoking

Sumatra: A few years ago, videos and photos of a very healthy two-year-old boy went viral on social media around the world, in which he was seen smoking in a very professional manner. Now, at the age of seven, the same child has given up his bad habit.

Ardi Rizal, born in Sumatra, Indonesia, became addicted to cigarettes when he was two years old. He even begged people for cigarettes and his parents were upset.

He has turned away from this destructive habit that started in 2017 and now he has not only lost weight but also looks very healthy. By the age of two or three, he had become addicted to smoking as well as drinking several liters of fatty milk daily.

Ardi said that when he was addicted to cigarettes, his mouth would become bitter and he would feel dizzy. “I’m happy now and I feel refreshed,” he said.

According to her mother, at the age of 18 months, her father gave her the first cigarette but her demand increased. He even started hitting the walls for not smoking and started harming himself and started smoking up to 40 cigarettes a day. At the same time, he started eating unhealthy foods.

After her video went viral, government agencies and rehabilitation hospitals contacted the child’s parents and helped him. After a long treatment, he is now well.

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