Get A Free Electronic Cigarette: E Cigs Healthier Substitute For Tobacco Cigarettes, Study Finds
Nicotine addiction is one of the major challenges smokers face when trying to quit smoking. In its support, http://electroniccigarettehub.org is distributing free electronic cigarette starter kits under its try before buy campaign.
(PRWEB) October 26, 2012
“I have not had a cigarette for 7 months. I detest the smell of them. I can't believe I smoked for so long. I started out with medium strength, then went to low, and I am now at extra low. I have not coughed in months. I no longer hear myself wheezing in bed. If the electronic cigarette has done all this for me, how can it be bad?”
This was the question posed by online reader HILWAYB upon finding out that the FDA wanted the e cigarettes off the market for good. There has been plenty of debate surrounding the availability – and more importantly the popularity – of the said device.
E cigs, as they are more popularly known, are electric cigarettes run by batteries. It looks no larger than a pen, and instead of relying on tobacco leaves, it requires cartridges of liquid vapor in order to have that kind of “smoking” sensation. This vapor is also why the device is otherwise known as “smokeless cigarettes” or “vapor cigarettes”.
The white vapor that blows out from the end of the e cig stick is usually odourless and flavourless, unless the user prefers the flavored types. For the most part, however, it should have no significant bearing to the health of the user.
This part, however, is what is being heavily contested. Some parties would like impress the notion on the consumer market that the vapor does harm the heart. Researchers, of course, have already looked into this. Their conclusion: this is more exaggeration than fact.
To put it succinctly, "Considering the hazards associated with cigarette smoking, currently available data suggest that electronic cigarettes are far less harmful, and substituting tobacco with electronic cigarettes may be beneficial to health," said Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos. This was based on his Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center team's study on the effects of e cigs on the user.
By and large, more and more people are getting interested about this product. It would still be better, however, if basic information is gathered first. For that and more, check out http://electroniccigarettehub.org
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