Anyone who’s ever smoked can tell you how hard it is to quit smoking. It takes willpower and determination like you wouldn’t believe. You may have tried patches, gum, sprays and all manner of other things without success but don’t despair. Millions have already gave up smoking as a result of discovering e-cigarettes and you can too. The feeling of inhaling vapour is so similar to smoking that the feeling off loss is minimised – and you’re ditching 3000+ killer chemicals along the way! Find out more about the best... Read More
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Public Health England (PHE) has recently published the seventh report in a series of independent reports commissioned to explore the implications of vaping, as reported in our blog post. The aim has been to explore all evidence regarding vaping products and their use. The latest evidence review was conducted by researchers at King’s College London. The resulting report will inform policies and regulations in the UK moving forward.
There’s no doubting the impact vaping has had on smoking rates in the United Kingdom. Over the last ten years, smokers have switched to vaping in their millions and remained off tobacco. A research team wondered what it is about using alternative electronic nicotine devices that makes them so viable as a smoking cessation tool.
“People smoke for nicotine, but they die from the tar,” Michael Russell, father of the theory of tobacco harm reduction, once said [link]. The inventor of nicotine gum hit the nail on the head, but nicotine continues to receive a rather bad press. So, what do we really know about nicotine?
The pandemic has closed brick and mortar stores and had vapers shut away in their homes. A recent survey says the events during 2020 has changed how many people use nicotine. It hasn’t just changed vaping habits as Action on Smoking and Health says a million people have stopped smoking during the COVID-19 outbreak with a number becoming vapers.