Can E-Cigarette Help You Quit Smoking?
New studies put electronic cigarette on the map as not just a more recommended alternative option to the traditional, tobacco cigarettes, but also as a step towards quitting smoking. E-cigarettes do not contain as many additives, harmful chemicals compared to tobacco cigarettes, even though they give the fix of smoking. A little reminder, electronic cigarette is a battery-powered device resembling tobacco cigarette that combines nicotine, vapor and chemicals in order to create the feel and look of smoking.
Smoking tobacco cigarettes is, according to many medical studies, responsible for over 5 million deaths annually worldwide. For that reason, it’s obvious why people are willing to try any new device claiming to help them quit smoking. One of the latest aids to leave a bad smoking habit behind is in fact an electronic cigarette. Does it really help?
One recent Italian study showed that approximately 13% of smokers who decided to switch to electronic cigarettes didn’t intend to quit smoking, but they did it by the end of the trial. Several psychiatry experts have been working separately on a trial of participants who were willing to stop smoking, but didn’t have a set plan to quit. In average, 78% of the participants have stopped smoking after switching to e-cigarettes. Quiting smoking with the electronic cigarette therefore might be a solution for many people struggling with their smoking addiction.
*** E-cigarette does not contain cancer causing chemicals (contrary to more than 4000 found in traditional cigarettes). People who switched to e-cigarettes have instantly eliminated up to 50% of smoking expense per year. With a rechargeable battery, users are enabled to have their e-cigarettes wherever and whenever they want them. The vapor produced by an e-cigarette is odorless and it evaporates within several seconds. For that reason, a person can enjoy e-cigarette indoors withour offending and harming people around.