E-cigarette – a good choice for quitting smoking

For smokers with more than ten years of smoke, How to quit smoking has become a big problem. Smokers not only expose themselves to the high risks of multiple health problems but also put others at risk. For example, even if the victim never smokes, passive smoking can lead to lung cancer, laryngeal cancer, laryngeal cancer, and chronic lung disease. Secondhand smoke is especially harmful to children, and unfortunately, most of the secondhand smoke exposures occur at home. Children exposed to tobacco smoke have a higher incidence of asthma, bacterial meningitis, cold and chest infections, and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) than unexposed children.

A new study published in the magazine Addiction said that thousands of smokers have been able to quit smoking in the UK by switching to e-cigarettes (also known as vapes). Starting in 2011, there appears to be a positive correlation between the number of people who try to quit smoking and the number of successful cessation cigarettes. Similarly, in the stationary period of atomization around 2015, attempts to successfully quit smoking have also tended to be flat.

The researchers concluded that at least 50,000 to 70,000 smokers were able to quit smoking, benefiting from the use of e-cigarettes to quit in 2017. On the other hand, it is estimated that about 3 million people use e-cigarettes every year in the UK. Compared with 6 million smokers, most vapers do not really quit smoking, otherwise, they will disappear. According to one study, almost 60% of vapers also smoke, about 2-5 times a day, while former smokers continue to fog more than 6 times a day.

Therefore, for smokers, quitting smoking is a top priority for health. Some studies have found that people who use e-cigarettes to quit smoking have a much higher success rate than those who try to quit smoking or nicotine gum. E-cigarettes use the principle of nicotine replacement therapy to help quit smoking. It does not burn, contains no tar and other chemicals, and removes carcinogens from ordinary cigarettes.

The working principle of the electronic cigarette:

Electronic cigarettes control the amount of smoke output and working conditions through high-tech smart chips and air switches. Inside the electronic cigarette, the electronic cigarette liquid is transferred to the atomization chamber through the foamed nickel and is turned on by the smoking air switch. The smart chip is driven by the current of the lithium battery to control the operation of the spray chamber, and the heating wire in the spray chamber generates high temperature and atomizes the smoke liquid. Thereby forming a vapor mist simulating smoke.

The principle of smoking cessation of electronic cigarettes:

  • cigarettes use the most common nicotine replacement therapy in the world, which is to gradually reduce the amount of nicotine inhaled by smokers. Generally, it is from high to low and gradually decreases. However, even the highest concentration of nicotine is only 1/3 of that of ordinary cigarettes, so that it can avoid dependence on e-cigarettes. According to incomplete statistics, e-cigarettes should be the highest success rate of smoking cessation in various products of nicotine replacement therapy. In addition to using nicotine replacement therapy, he has one of the biggest advantages, that is, does not change the habitual action of smoking himself. As the saying goes, He is also able to satisfy the mouth addiction of smokers. This is very important, because a large part of the smokers can’t get rid of this habitual action, and they can’t stop smoking successfully.

First, replace the smoke – simulate the real smoking process

Really simulate the smoking process, and do not change the smoking habits like real smoke. From the biological point of view, humanized simulation of smoking movements, smoking electronic cigarettes and enjoying the whole process of swallowing and vomiting, alleviating the reduction of smoking addiction, healthy replacement of smoke, fully capable Meeting the physiological and psychological needs of smoking is the health of choice for the majority of smokers.

Second, re-control tobacco – get rid of dependence on cigarettes

Through modern electronic technology, e-cigarettes allow smokers to feel the same pleasure as traditional cigarettes while inhaling, and enable people to unconsciously get rid of their dependence on cigarettes, thus achieving the goal of humanized tobacco control.

Third, quit smoking – get rid of dependence on nicotine

E-cigarettes through nicotine replacement therapy, according to the course of treatment to gradually reduce the body’s inhaled nicotine, until the use of nicotine-free tobacco liquid, habit and adapt to a period of time to remove the addiction. At the same time, you should drink plenty of water during the use of electronic cigarettes, which helps to eliminate nicotine and help to quit smoking.
Currently, the UK is led by the Public Health Agency, calling for e-cigarettes to be healthier than traditional cigarettes and to see it as a safe alternative to cigarettes and an effective smoking cessation tool. In July, Sandwell Hospital and West Birmingham Hospital in the United Kingdom introduced an e-cigarette store in their homes, while changing the past smoking room to an e-cigarette area to prevent people from smoking cigarettes and promoting e-cigarettes. Since the Public Health Agency of England published the report that “e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than traditional cigarettes”, the UK has been working on the promotion of e-cigarettes because they believe that such initiatives can play a positive role in tobacco control. To this end, the British Ministry of Health has developed more stringent regulations to control electronic cigarettes. Until recently, the latest report from the UK Ministry of Health also showed that at least 1.3 million people have completely quit cigarettes due to e-cigarettes.

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