Nowadays, the problem of smoking affects practically all people both smokers and non-smokers. Basically, the existing regulations tend to limit smoking consistently by means of banning smoking in public places. However, such measures proves to be ineffective because smokers and non-smokers are not just people that have different habits but they are people that have different lifestyles.
On the one hand, there are smokers, who are convinced that they have a natural right to smoke and they cannot be deprived of this right because it limits their personal freedom of their actions. To put it more precisely, any restrictions on smoking are perceived by smokers as the personal challenge to their lifestyle, which they are absolutely unwilling to change.
On the other hand, there are non-smokers, who, in contrast to smokers, are extremely concerned about their health and do their best to limit smoking consistently in order to avoid the negative impact of this habit on their own health.
In this regard, their position seems to be particularly strong since, as they are unwilling to smoke, why should they suffer from habits of other people who cannot keep from smoking.
At the same, there is one thing that unites both smokers and non-smokers. This is their antagonism. They are absolutely convinced in their righteousness and it seems as if no regulations can change the lifestyle of both smokers and smokers. In fact, it is their lifestyle that both smokers and smokers appreciate above all.
Thus, it is possible to conclude that it is rather an individual choice whether to smoke or not and no regulations can appease these two categories of people because they are unwilling to change their lifestyle.