Try Electronic Cigarette For Free: E Cigarette Do Not Create Second-Hand Smoke, Safe For Bystanders
Nicotine addiction is one of the major challenges smokers face when trying to quit smoking. In its support, http://electroniccigarettehub.org is distributing new electronic cigarette starter kits under its try before buy campaign, now with menthol and tobacco taste.
(PRWEB) October 21, 2012
“I am delighted to say that it is 8 weeks today since I had my last conventional cigarette and I have no intention of smoking again, vaping yes,” gushed Linda, an electronic cigarette user. “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 electronic cigarettes a long while ago.”
With so many people like Linda above vouching for the efficiency of e cigarettes in curbing cravings for tobacco cigarettes, it is pretty much safe to say that it is obviously not just a fad.
The benefits of switching to e cigarettes have, by and large, been deemed to be a huge step in favour of those addicted to nicotine. The thing is, it´s not really the presence of nicotine that makes tobacco cigarettes very dangerous to the health. Rather, it is the presence of the harmful toxins in the tobacco leaves themselves, especially when lit up.
That is why there has been a steady campaign for anti-smoking worldwide. See, these toxins do not only affect the user himself, but also the people around him. In fact, to some degree, it has been said that second-hand smoke is even more dangerous than inhaling it first-hand.
E cigs try to answer that by satisfying that psychological need of the act of smoking, and even the nicotine craving, while at the same time doing away with the harmful ingredients of a tobacco smoke. Electric cigarettes instead rely on vapor, hence it is also recognized as the smokeless cigarette.
This vapor has been the subject of many studies, as some groups believe that they may actually contain harmful ingredients as well. However, as the study conducted by the team led by Dr. Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health found, “the risks of second-hand vapor from electronic cigarette use are very small in comparison to those associated with second-hand tobacco smoke.”
At the end of the day, there is no doubt that these vapor cigarettes in fact do a lot more good than harm for a person converting from tobacco cigarettes. There is still more to be known about it, that´s a concession everyone can make at this point, but for now, you can find out what you need to know by going to http://electroniccigarettehub.org
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