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Quit Smoking, Start Vaping

I, rather embarrassingly, was one of those kids who tried cigarettes at FAR too young an age. In fact, I first got caught smoking at the age of 11 (and got my legs slapped all the way up the stairs to my room). That love affair with nicotine continued for many years and by the age of 20, I was on 20-30 a day, something which I shudder at now when I think of the money I spent and how badly I was risking my health. I finally quit in 2007 – I had horrendous morning sickness (although I didn’t even know I was pregnant at the time) and it completely put me off of cigarettes and I managed to quit without even trying.

I’d tried to quit a few times before as Husband had already given up over a year earlier and I hated being the only weak one, but I struggled. I wish I’d had an e-cigarette back then as I think switching to vaping would have made my life SO much easier. Here’s an infographic containing some interesting facts about vaping:

Vaping as a Safer Alternative to Smoking

According to the most up-to-date research on e-cigarettes from brands such as smok uk, they are a massive 95% less harmful than tobacco, and they’re supported by Cancer Research UK, who feel that they are an excellent tool in helping people to move away from the toxic chemicals within cigarettes.

I must admit, I can’t quite get used to seeing people puffing away on them indoors and I find the massive plume of ‘smoke’ that is exhaled absolutely fascinating! A good friend of ours, who’s girlfriend has just given birth to their first baby, has managed to successfully quit cigarettes by using an e-cigarette and it means that he still gets a nicotine fix without tons of harmful chemicals (and lets face it, serious STINK!) clinging to him when he wants to indulge.

Are you a fan of e-cigarettes? Have you successfully quit smoking because of them? Have you switched to vaping and love it so much that you’ll carry on doing it? Are you one of the few remaining skeptics? I’d love to hear from you so please leave me a comment below.

11 thoughts on “Quit Smoking, Start Vaping

  1. Certainly healthier that taking raw cigarettes or tobacco, however if you’re looking to quit 100% period, one thing I recall is keeping you’re hands busy, something like a fidget cube might be useful to take your mind off smoking or the feeling of not having it in your hand.

  2. Amazing post! I believe the harmful effects of smoking cigarettes are so much more alarming than e-cigs. I do not understand how e-cigs that can lead to such profound improvements of people’s health can be criticized perhaps even more than regular smoking. One of my friends was able to quit smoking and decrease nicotine intake to an insignificant amount all thanks to e-cigs so I will always support e-cigs over regular cigarette smoking.

  3. There is a big difference between smoking and vaping. Smoking needs tobacco and it contains nicotine and produces tar but that’s not same for vaping. In vaping you have a choice to choose whether you want to inhale nicotine e cigarette or nicotine free e cigarette. Both of these things will help you to quit smoking.

  4. I totally agree with you! Quitting smoking is hard, but it’s so worth it and is much easier with the help of vaping and other electronic smoking devices. Very nicely said! Thanks so much for your input!

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