E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’

E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’

Thursday 28th April, 2016 | Vaping News | 4 Comments

A leading medical body says that smokers should be encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit tobacco. Experts believe that smokers should be assured that products like vape kits and e-liquid may be a "safer" way to quit smoking

The Royal College of Physicians have stated that e-cigarettes are likely to make a "major contribution" in preventing diseases and deaths caused by smoking. They have also stated that e-cigarettes are "much safer" than smoking and can certainly assist with quitting smoking. 

In fact, the UK’s Royal College of Physicians’ report states that there is resounding evidence that vaping can increase the quality of life for millions of people. Furthermore, it says that fears regarding e-cigarettes is mainly speculative and unfounded. 

 E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’ 

"This report lays to rest almost all of the concerns over these products … Smokers should be reassured that these products can help them quit all tobacco use forever."

– Professor John Britton Chair of the RCP’s Tobacco Advisory Group

 E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’

Electronic Cigarettes have “real promise in helping to reduce the huge death toll from tobacco”

- Cancer Research UK

  E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’

"Tobacco kills more than 100,000 people in the UK every year, we should grasp every opportunity to encourage as many people as possible to stop smoking for good."

- Alison Cox Cancer Research UK Director of Prevention

 E-Cigarettes ‘are much safer than smoking’

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Comments (4)

It is great to see a positive article regarding e-cigarettes with medical backing. I am a firm believer that they are safer than traditional cigarettes Since vaping, I have reduced my nicotine intake and have felt improvements in my breathing. I am a lot less worried about my health than previously when I was smoking 20 a day. I just wish I had started vaping sooner. I also love the variety in flavours that comes with vaping, plus I no longer stink of smoke which was not nice for others close to me.

Comment by Jane on 28th April 2016

i have been vaping now for at least 3years with no adverse effects, have noticed an improvement in my health,lungs,breathing and can now enjoy 18 holes of golf twice a week with no problems! . i would reccomend e- cigs to anyone if you want to give up smoking . vapouriz is a top company as well . thanks , johnV

Comment by johnv on 28th April 2016

Endorsement from the Royal College of Physicians bears out our own experience. I had impaired circulation to my feet and was found to have blocked femoral arteries, partly due to long term smoking of tobacco. My surgeon warned me that if I returned to smoking after surgery which enhanced blood supply I would end up compromising a leg. I started vaping a little later, while I was convalescing. My partner David had tried quitting smoking several times with no success. I gave him a vaping kit, which he tried, liked, and without any effort and without even trying he has never had the urge to smoke another cigarette. It does not smell, does not distress others, and is an awful lot better for your health!

Comment by Teresa and David on 28th April 2016

I use to smoke 60 roll ups a day and always was always getting chest infections, my GP at the time said that if I did not stop smoking my health would deteriorate quicker as I am fairly immobile and have to use a wheelchair. I have been using Vapouriz since 2013 and I took to vaping like a duck to water ! I have got much better breathing, I no longer wheeze when I am laying down and in 3 years I have had no chest infections. So to anyone who is considering giving up the cigarettes and starting on the ecigs I recommend it 100%. Also I have have no bad effects from ecigs at all. Good luck !! The customer services are friendly and helpful always I have no bad word to say.

Comment by Sarah on 29th April 2016
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