IMPACT OF CIGARETTE AGAINST ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR VIEWED FROM THE HOLISTIC ASPECT (BIO-PSYCHO-SOCIO-SPIRITUAL-CULTURAL)
Article 2 letter b Goverment Regulation Number 19 of 2003 explains that the implementation of safeguarding cigarettes aims to protect the population of productive age and adolescents from the encouragement of the environment and the influence of advertisements for the initiation of the use and dependence on cigarettes, will remain in the field, the article is less obeyed by adolescents, even though the government enforces the regulation of this occurrence for their health. This shows the disharmony between regulations and facts on the ground. The problem in this study is what are the factors that influence adolescents have smoking habits and how the impact of smoking on adolescent behavior in terms of holistic aspects. This research method uses descriptive analysis testing, with primary data collection, to prove whether smoking really influences adolescent behavior. Data obtained from the study were analyzed qualitatively. Based on the results of the study it was found that the factors that encourage the behavior of smoking cigarettes included internal factors, including; curiosity, trial and error, pressure and external factors; imitating others, persuading friends. The impact of smoking on adolescent behavior in terms of holistic aspects, including; adolescents often forget to eat, decreased performance, are indifferent, neglect of worship and, rarely attend religious events (tahlillan culture).