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Is The Electronic Cigarette Healthy?
Is It The Future of Smoking? The Doctors Weigh In...
Katherine Heigl is one person we found who uses the electronic cigarette. You see her here speaking on the David Letterman show regarding how she enjoys using the electronic cigarette
If you haven't already heard, Electronic cigarettes have grabbed the attention of countless tobacco users worldwide. But are they really a healthier and cheaper alternative to traditional cigarettes? Creators and product users now say you can enjoy a cheaper, healthier cigarette without the bad smells, second-hand smoke, or cancer causing chemicals. With these huge claims, we decided to investigate the electronic cigarette for our readers.
A few of the benefits claimed from using the electronic cigarette:
No tar, tobacco, carbon monoxide, or ash.
Get the same amount of nicotine as a regular cigarette.
3 piece device cartridges are refilled with ease for pennies per day.
Average consumer can expect to save over $1,000 each year.
You won’t “smell” like a smoker any longer.
Different flavors are available.
No more second-hand smoke.
We first researched exactly what expert medical doctors and product users had to say about electronic cigarettes, and the results were surprising. Numerous articles suggest in the short time that electronic cigarettes have become popular, the number of people who have been able to quit smoking and stay cigarette free have risen by an estimated 300%. No other methodology has proven so successful in such a short period of time.
It has even been suggested that while utilizing the electronic cigarette, there is virtually no risk of getting cancer. The real harm in traditional cigarettes comes from the tobacco smoke and the hundreds of additional added chemicals. Even a report from a UK Government advisory unit favored to adopt "smokeless nicotine cigarettes" instead of the traditional cigarette.
Four very well known doctors, from the popular TV show “The Doctors”, have also studied the electronic cigarette and was featured as one of their top 10 key health trends.
“If you're one of the millions of people out there, you're addicted to smoking, there may finally be some hope for you..the electronic cigarette. It gives you nicotine but it doesnt give you any of the other 4000 chemicals that can cause cancer among other problems" Dr. Travis Stork from “The Doctors”
We also learned that the electronic cigarette is not encompassed by most smoking bans and regulations. With the lack of second-hand smoke, smokers are excited to find that many businesses, bars, and even air planes allow them to smoke e-cigarettes indoors. Many electronic cigarette users have also received special permission from their employers to smoke e-cigarettes in the work place.
In the United States alone, over 700,000 smokers have already switched to electronic cigarettes. The Doctors also interviewed Beverly, one of the many whose life has dramatically changed thanks to the electronic cigarette. She said that she smoked for over 15 years, and she thought that she would never quit. To her surprise though, when she tried electronic cigarettes she was able to quit smoking regular cigarettes two days later. "I was suspicious at first...but I have to say I am convinced, it's very good. Its a great alternative. it still gives you the action of smoking. I would as a smoker, reccommend it to smokers that are trying to give up smoking."
We have received a number of positive testimonials such as this one and we feel that as more and more Americans are made aware of this new technology, that more and more smokers will make the switch. Our interviews and research have found that the electronic cigarette will quickly become the #1 choice for smokers looking to lead a healthier lifestyle. With the high cost of smoking traditional cigarettes, and with the danger cigarettes bring to your health, we give our recommendation and “thumbs up” to anyone looking to give these devices a try.
We thank Vapordogs.com for providing the chance for thousands of smokers to make the switch. We encourage readers who currently smoke to give E-Cigarettes a try for their health and for the health of their friends and family.