Electronic Cigarette Vs Tobacco Smoking - What's The Difference?

Electronic Cigarette Vs Tobacco Smoking - What's The Difference?

What is the difference between an electronic cigarette and a tobacco smoking device? Which one should you choose to quit your old habit of smoking or if you are currently using both, which would be better for you?

I'll try to answer those two questions in as much detail as possible. As with any change that we make there will always be side effects but when it comes down to why do some people smoke cigarettes they usually say because

  • My friends want me to
  • I enjoy it
  • Provides me with social status so
  • Relieves stress
  • Calms nerves
  • Makes me relaxed
  • Helps get rid of anxiety
  • other reasons...

This means that all these benefits could come from switching to e-cigarettes...I am not going to lie to you. There aren’t many proven health claims associated with vaping products after being used by smokers for decades such as “vaping can help improve lung function” according to studies done on non-smokers who use them daily. But also consider that most of the time these studies were funded by vape companies trying to sell their products; therefore making it difficult to trust data coming out of them.

Is Vape Better?

So what about nicotine addiction?

Well, the truth is that nicotine has been around since 1803. Nicotine was isolated in Germany in 1828 and then came into production commercially in 1911. It took almost 40 years before doctors began recommending its usage as a treatment for patients suffering from depression. After 1949 it became more widely known and marketed as a prescription drug under brand names like Nicorette gum and Nicotrol inhaler until 1966 when it went over the counter without prescriptions.

And now here we stand today where it seems everyone knows someone who uses e-cigs and/or vapes for quitting smoking. If you have ever tried to quit smoking yourself then you probably already know how hard it is. That is why even though vaping doesn’t seem to provide any physical withdrawal symptoms yet still thousands of people worldwide switch to vaping instead of just simply stopping smoking altogether.

Many times the reason behind the decision to stop smoking is due to the fact that quitting smoking is very hard work.

This is especially true when you add up all the money spent on buying new gear and supplies along with your expensive gym membership fees. For example, let’s assume that you spend $100+ per week on cigarettes while spending only $10-$20 dollars each month on vaping equipment. Then imagine having saved hundreds of dollars within a year! You may think that sounds pretty good right? However, this isn’t actually the case at all. Most smokers end up purchasing high priced vaporizers, tanks, mods, batteries, replacement coils etc…and the list goes on.

This is because once you decide to quit smoking you suddenly become aware of every single penny you are spending on something which you previously didn’t care about.

So if you’re thinking about using an electronic cigarette or vaping device as a way to quit smoking, I suggest putting aside those thoughts for a few days and see if you still feel like wanting to continue smoking afterwards. Also try to remember that although vaping does look cool and trendy in comparison to smoking traditional tobacco, it really hasn’t made much difference in terms of saving money. In reality, you might find that you are losing more than you gained.

If you take a closer look at studies conducted in recent years you will notice that vaping devices haven’t helped smokers cut back on their consumption habits one bit. Many researchers believe that e-cig users often replace regular cigs with E-Cigarettes. And if that wasn’t enough reason to question whether switching to vaping would benefit you at all, many scientists claim that there are no long term studies available regarding the safety of inhaling propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin and water vapors. Although there are plenty of studies related to secondhand smoke however none of them talk about PG, VG or even mention anything related to E-cigarette flavors except for menthol and minty ones. Yet somehow both the FDA and CDC classify menthol flavored liquids as safe and healthy to consume.

Although some research shows that electronic cigs can be used by non-smokers since they don't produce harmful chemicals during use, others say that these products aren't entirely safe either. So what do we mean exactly by saying “safe?” Well, according to the American Lung Association, "The safest form of nicotine delivery has been shown to be through patch therapy." On top of that, ALA says that: "there is strong evidence that electronic cigarettes emit toxicants into the air".

According to the Environmental Protection Agency,"a study published in August 2011 showed levels of nitrosamines were found in samples taken from disposable cartridges tested after being refilled. Nitrosamine compounds are known carcinogens and could pose health risks if inhaled over time." Despite such findings, most experts agree that the amount of toxins released by electronic cigarettes is far less compared to conventional tobacco pipes.

It should also be noted here that the majority of the ingredients inside electronic cigarettes consist of natural herbs such as Propofolum, Mentha Piperita, Lavender Oil, Chamomile Flowers, Basil Leaves, Rosemary Leaf Extract and Saffron. This means that unlike other forms of smoking, Vape products contain no cancer causing substances whatsoever.

Now that we understand the differences between Electronic Cigs Vs Traditional Tobacco Pipes, lets get down to business shall we?

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