Electronic Cigarette Free Trial Kits: Study Finds E Cigarettes Harmless For Both Vape Users And Second-Hand Inhalers
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. New smokeless cigarette kits now have a longer lasting battery and more vapor. Try electronic cigarette before you buy it.
(PRWEB) November 01, 2012
“It's a nice thing to do when you don't want to hurt yourself or other people,” said Upper East Side clothing designer, Maggie Norris. “Most of the time, people don't even notice that I'm doing it.”
The “it” she was referring to would be electronic cigarettes, the new device that has caught the smoking world by storm. In the past several years, it has proven its mettle in the market, providing results which reinforce its presence as the real deal when it comes to helping people quit tobacco.
Like many other people out there, Maggie relies on her e cigarettes to curb her craving for the regular cigarette. Although she has yet to absolutely ditch the habit, she claims that the number of sticks she consumes in a day has significantly declined. Nonetheless, she is happy with what the e cigs, as they are more popularly called on the street, has done for her.
The presence of electric cigarettes in the smoking market has greatly increased in the past couple of years, especially when studies came out with conclusions that back up the efficiency of the product. Although the researchers are cautious to give an all-encompassing rave about these smokeless cigarettes, they remain firm in their stand that it is potentially that one product that people who have been meaning to quit smoking has been looking for all their lives.
One such study focused on the effect of the vapor coming out from the device and its potential effects on the user and the people in the immediate vicinity. It was conducted by German researchers, and published in the journal Indoor Air.
Their conclusion was that non-smokers who are concerned about inhaling second-hand “vape” from vapor cigarettes have nothing to worry about, because the air sample they gathered from the experiment's steel chamber yielded no record of nicotine content. Therefore, whatever level of nicotine is there that escapes the e cig user is automatically neutralized by the ambient air.
This study essentially echoes the 2009 finding of Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos of the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Athens, who found in a separate and distinct study that, “Electronic cigarettes are not a healthy habit but they are a safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes.”
With more and more people coming out to rely on e cigarettes as a smoking cessation device, scientific research are further encouraged so that potential users may be properly informed about the product. In the meantime, however, http://electroniccigarettehub.org/ has the details that people may want to know about this device.
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