Electronic smoking devices are growing in popularity all over the world. They’re an outstanding alternative to traditional smoking and have some pretty incredible benefits. Learning more about these e-cigarettes, also called...
Are you a smoker who enjoys your nicotine fix but doesn’t like the horrendous smell that comes from cigarettes? Perhaps you’re tired of your mouth and throat always feeling like a chimney.
Vaping is one of the hottest trends in North America and Europe for many reasons. For example, vaping is odor and smoke free, making it more socially acceptable than smoking and safe to be around.
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When you’re new to the world of vaping, things can get quite confusing. Yes, there are many different terms and numbers that crop up here, there and everywhere. It can as a matter of fact get incredibly overwhelming – some people may even decide not to pursue the whole vaping thing, especially if they only really got into it casually, just to have some fun.
Vaping has been the talk of the town (and everyone in it) ever since its conception, and eventual introduction to the market in the early 2000s. Due to the customers and patrons being more
Vaping and e-cigarette smoking is well-loved among the smoking and puffing populations not only because it is considered as traditional smoking’s healthier and safer alternative, but also because of its limitless customization.
Do e-cigarettes help smokers quit?
The RCP says: “Promoting wider use of consumer nicotine products, such as e-cigarettes, could therefore substantially increase the number of smokers who quit.”
Experimenting with cigarettes is something of a rite of passage for young people. At some point most teenage schoolchildren will find themselves in a position where they will be offered the opportunity to smoke. We have all been there!
The American Association of Public Health Physicians has stated that e-cigarettes “could save the lives of 4 million of the 8 million current adult American smokers who will otherwise die of a tobacco-related illness over the next 20 years."
Although there are dozens of cigarette manufacturers, each one with multiple products, almost all cigarettes are produced in the same way. Since most cigarette companies use similar methods, cigarettes affect people in nearly identical ways regardless of the specific company that manufactured them. This is especially true with nicotine.