Everyone knows that smoking cigarette is injurious to health. According to the American Cancer Society, more people die due to smoking cigarettes than any other things like alcohol,
car accidents, HIV, guns, and illegal drugs. About half of the total population who keep smoking will die from their addiction to it.
Also known as electronic cigarettes, e-vaporizers, hookah pens, pods and many more, these battery-operated devices,
which often contain propylene glycol and nicotine that is vaporized, are mostly popular in the market, especially among the teenagers.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating that the popularity of E-Cigarettes, mainly JUUL increases day by day among teens because –
The U.S. surgeon cited that a huge increase in e-cigarette use up to 90% by high school students from 2011 to 2015.
By 2016, Food and Drug Administration Survey noted that 1.7 million high school students had used e-cigarettes in the past 30 days.
According to a recently published journal, it has been stated that JUUL brands are exposed to a higher amount of nicotine than with traditional cigarettes.
Andrew Hyland, a popular scientist said that, there is insufficient data to be able to say whether vaping causes or does not cause cancer or other types of life-threaten diseases.
And it is clear that E-Cigarettes won the battle in accordance with popularity and less-harmfulness.
Research shows that e-cigarettes are far less harmful than smoking as it doesn’t contain cancer-causing tobacco. However, they do contain nicotine, which is addictive and causes-
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According to study many e-cigarette users are trying to quit cigarette smoking and some smokers reported that flavored e-cigarettes offer an appealing alternative when they want to quit smoking.
So, it is recommended that people should look to switch completely off cigarettes and not use both cigarettes and e-cigarettes for long periods of time.
Quitting smoking is challenging because of several factors like stress, social situations, and certain activities may trigger cravings.
But there is good news for everyone is that the pathetic recovering symptoms only last to a couple of weeks and millions of former smokers have been able to quit.