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Avoiding conflicting information on electronic cigarettes

April 12th, 2012 . by admin

The electronic cigarette has encountered opposition from the most unlikely of groups such as the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, Action on Smoking and Health, and the Center for Tobacco-Free Kids. So asking them for information about e-cigs is asking for trouble.


Nicotine, besides its addictive quality, is not really harmful in and of itself. The danger from tobacco is not the nicotine, but the 400 other toxic and deadly chemicals that come from its smoke. The E-cigs have none of these deadly substances. You even have the option of getting nicotine free flavor cartridges if you choose.


In truth, the e-cig presents a healthier alternative to regular cigarettes, as now you can enjoy the act, sensations, taste, and “smoke” of smoking while avoiding the damage and diseases that come from continued tobacco use. It would seem that perhaps the beef that anti smoking groups have is not with tobacco, but more specifically with nicotine. No real explanation has been given as to why they oppose the electronic cigarette in light of its benefits. But over 50 million people continue to smoke in the U.S. alone, and they know the risks involved.


Studies have shown that nicotine does reduce anxiety levels as well as keep weight in check. With the e-cig, a means of getting nicotine is now available that doesn’t carry all of the tar, carbon monoxide, and cancer causing agents that tobacco does. Not to mention that e-cigs allow a smoker to enjoy a “smoke” in places that normally they would not be allowed, or at least bring the ire of everyone around them if they did. So whether it’s to be part of a stop smoking program, or just a healthier means of getting your nicotine fix, you can’t go wrong with an electronic cigarette.

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