Get A Free Electronic Cigarette: Studies Find E Cigarettes Safer For The Heart
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(PRWEB) October 25, 2012
“Don't call it smoking; there's no actual smoke,” stressed Spike Babaian. “What I'm doing is ‘vaping using electronic cigarettes.” Spike co-owns an electronic cigarette shop in New York. For her, it is the only e cigarette store in the state.
She's not the only one fondly calling it as that. E cigs are devices that do not emit smoke; instead, it emits vapor. Through refillable liquid vapor cartridges, the user can just keep on vaping, without having to ever buy another pack of tobacco cigarettes ever again.
Because electric cigarettes run on batteries, the user would also have to recharge it either via USB or an electric outlet. The only concern here is that it should not be overcharged so as to keep the battery life longer.
In fact, in a study conducted by the team of the Seoul National University Hospital, it was found that those who smoked heavily – more than 20 sticks per day – become much more vulnerable to suffering a potentially fatal subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH). Meanwhile, another study, conducted by the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Athens, found that e cigarettes, while providing nicotine, do not carry any harmful effects on the heart.
These smokeless cigarettes are also recognized as vapor cigarettes precisely because of the aforementioned liquid vapor, which is an essential ingredient for it to work. Essentially, this is what makes it absolutely distinct and separate from a tobacco cigarette. Because it contains liquid vapor instead of the usual tobacco leaves, it makes it all the much safer for those who may use it.
See, tobacco cigarettes are not only packed with leaves, but also with nicotine, toxins, and other free radicals. These are the things that make the product very harmful to users. By switching up the main ingredients to something more neutral, it lessens the threat to one's health.
In this regard, American Heart Association spokesman, Dr. Russell Luepker of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, says of these studies, “I don't think it's conclusive but there's no doubt if you expose someone to fewer bioactive chemical compounds there is going to be less effect on the heart.”
Although there are man things yet to be found out about this device, what is certain is that it is proving to be more and more beneficial for the smoker who would like to quit. For more facts and details about the electronic cigarette, head on over to http://electroniccigarettehub.org
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