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SOURCE: Electronic Cigarettes Review
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(PRWEB) October 14, 2012
Electronic cigarette user, Linda, cannot contain her excitement over the positive changes in her life ever since she quit tobacco smoking. “I am also pleased to say the doctors have agreed to a much needed hip replacement, mainly because I am no longer a smoker. I wish I had been introduced to e cigarettes a long while ago,” she said.
Like Linda, many smokers were exposed to various health risks because of the toxins present in each cigarette stick. Now that the e cigs are here, however, they can continue to enjoy their smoking habit, but instead, be “vaping”.
This is the more popular label for the act of “smoking” an electric cigarettes. It is actually a device that runs on batteries, and is no larger than a regular pen. With the use of vapor liquid, it emits an odourless, colorless, and toxin-less vapor, all the while simulating the appearance and feel of tobacco smoking.
The consumers are treated to a wide array of options, with vapor cartridges having different flavours which are meant to taste like those of their favorite tobacco brands. They may even choose how much nicotine percentage they would like to have in their smokeless cigarettes. All of these would account for a very consumer-friendly product, which in the end proves to be a most helpful tool to quit smoking.
And despite the many doubters out there, the medical community has been putting the past five years to good use by coming out with researches and studies to determine just how safe the device really is. One such study was conducted by the Boston University School of Public Health, spearheaded by Professor Michael Siegel. The objective of the research was to determine if the ingredients in the vapor cigarettes could possibly yield harmful results to the user’s health.
Explained Siegel, “Few, if any, chemicals at levels detected in electronic cigarettes raise serious health concerns. Although the existing research does not warrant a conclusion that electronic cigarettes are safe in absolute terms and further clinical studies are needed to comprehensively assess the safety of electronic cigarettes, a preponderance of the available evidence shows them to be much safer than tobacco cigarettes and comparable in toxicity to conventional nicotine replacement products."
Simply put, this goes supports the notion that between tobacco smoking and vaping, the latter still trumps the former when it comes to having health benefits. Ultimately, it will be up to the smoker if they will turn to the e cigs to finally kick the nasty habit for good. At the very least, however, they are made aware that such an alternative option exists. For more details on e cigs, check out http://electroniccigarettehub.org
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