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HEALTH FACTS ABOUT VAPING
Is vaping worse than cigarettes?
In order for someone to switch brands or consider alternatives, they need to clearly see the benefits of the new approach. E-cigarettes are no different.
Many, if not the vast majority of those interested in electronic smoking, are current smokers. Chances are you’re one of them – searching for an alternative but wanting to understand the benefits of switching from your current brand.
E-cigarettes are indeed an alternative to traditional cigarettes. They’re a suitable alternative for many because of the benefits they have over “smoking.”
We invite you to continue reading for 5 of the leading benefits electronic smoking has over traditional cigarettes…these benefits were discovered from customer feedback as well as numerous scientific studies examining both traditional and e-cigarettes.
What benefits can you expect when you switch from smoking to vaping?
So, you are thinking of quitting smoking? Congratulations! It’s a big decision that can potentially save your life.
In order to give up smoking for good, and see the massive health benefits that not smoking can bring, you need to give yourself the best chance of succeeding.
Does quitting cold turkey work?
We can all agree that it’s better for your health (and your wallet) to simply quit cold turkey. No e-cigs, no nicotine replacement therapy, no medication, no hypnotherapy – nothing.
Most smokers who have tried to quit have attempted the cold turkey method at some point. However, as a method for long term smoking cessation, it has the lowest success rate.
Research over the past 25 years has shown that, out of 100 people trying to quit smoking cold turkey, only three to five of them will succeed for longer than six months. In other words, while some people can quit this way, at least 95 percent of people can’t.
This is because cutting off all access to nicotine at once can lead to intense withdrawal symptoms. These can include:
Lowered heart rate/blood pressure
Constipation and/or diarrhoea
Insomnia and fatigue
Increase in hunger/sugar cravings
Anxiety and/or depression
Vaping could give you your best chance at quitting for good
The Smoking Toolkit Study found that e-cigarettes are 60% more effective in helping smokers quit. This is when compared to smokers who attempt to quit unaided, or by using over-the-counter nicotine replacement products (gum, patches, inhalers, etc.).
Furthermore, a recent study by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH.org) showed that 52% of e-cigarette users (1.5 million) are now considered ex-smokers. For the first time, this is a larger number than those who vape and smoke – dual-users (1.3 million). This is really encouraging news for the success of vaping as a permanent quitting method.