Love Them or Hate Them E-Cigarettes Can Reduce the Harm Caused by Smoking
(Newswire.net -- February 6, 2013) New York, NY -- Electronic cigarettes are becoming more widely used by people to either help them quit smoking, or reduce the number of cigarettes they smoke each day, there is so much misinformation and outright truth distortion about ecigs. They have been tested and we know exactly what is in them.
They were invented by a Chinese pharmacist in 2003, who could not stop smoking even after watching his father die of lung cancer and rapidly spread around the world in popularity, mainly through the internet, and more recently through shops as well. While they are similar in appearance to tobacco cigarettes, the user consumes fewer toxins in the form of vapor.
Even though e-cigarettes are known to be much less harmful for health than tobacco smoking products, nobody knows what their long-term health and addiction consequences might be. Electronic nicotine delivery systems have various levels of nicotine.
There is some concern e-cigarettes may appeal to non-smokers, cause addiction, and possibly become an indirect route to tobacco cigarettes. Even so, most people agree that if e-cigarettes are much less harmful than traditional cigarettes, it seems illogical to ban e-cigarettes (especially as tobacco products are legal).
Electronic cigarettes are banned in Australia and Canada.
Investigators in the United Kingdom, the USA, Canada and Australia examined e-cigarette awareness, usage and perceptions among current and ex-smokers.
They do not give off smoke and contain no tobacco. Some airlines sell them on-board planes and allow passengers to use them in flight.
Certainly, the popularity of e-cigs is increasing. According to Action on Smoking and Tobacco (ASH), the proportion of smokers currently using e-cigarettes has more than doubled from 3 per cent in 2010 to 7 per cent in 2012, which they estimate is between 650,000 and 700,000 smokers in Great Britain. Even higher were the figures for those who have ever tried an e-cig. In 2010, it was nine per cent of smokers. By this year it had risen to 22 per cent and the World Health Organisation believes it will reach one million by next year.
You only have to read the comments people are writing in favour of e-cigarettes and in a lot of circumstances, people who have stopped smoking the traditional cigarette and started using the e cig, their lives have changed dramatically in terms of health and wellbeing.
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