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160,000 people were surveyed for the smoking aids study:
First of all, electronic cigarettes help people trying to quit smoking. This was according to a new study. Furthermore the study will help to settle a long-running debate. The debate is over the risks and benefits of e-cigs. For the study, researchers analyzed survey data. The 15 year data came from 160,000 people. Researchers found some positive feedback about e-cigs. As a result, smokers who used e-cigs tried to quit smoking more often. And they succeeded for three months. In addition, people who tried to quit smoking without e-cigs did not fare as well. Overall, more people quit with e-cigs. Consequently, the data was available in 2014 and 2015. There wasn’t much information on e-cigs before then.
Vapor is Clean:
Most noteworthy, e-cigarettes vaporize liquid nicotine. E-cigs are much cleaner. Furthermore, e-cigarettes deliver the drug directly. They do not burn tobacco and create tar. The tar has cancer-causing chemicals. Therefore, people will quit smoking to avoid the tar. Consequently, vaping is very popular. And there is a lot of debate over the role of e-cigs. E-cigs are healthier than cigarettes. Political agendas or (Greed) has others argue that their popularity lures the nonsmoker into smoking. They say people think the smoking aids are healthy so they don’t quit.
E-Cigs are healthier than Traditional Cigarettes:
Especially relevant, e-cigs are healthier than traditional cigarettes. E-cigs aren’t going to be accepted because of political greed. Philip Morris has the FDA in their pocket. Big Pharma is another one. The United Kingdom has been very supportive of e-cigarettes. They use e-cigs as smoking cessation tools. Furthermore, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just focus on their potential dangers. E-cigs have been proven to be safe and effective smoking aids.
A-Lot of Propaganda:
In addition, they say e-cigs are luring people into smoking. They lure people that would otherwise be nonsmokers. LOL! Finally, e-cigs are helping people quit smoking. The researchers looked at several population surveys. The surveys covered the years 2001 to 2015. These surveys provided information on people who quit smoking. As a result, another survey had information about e-cigarette usage.
E-Cigs are great Smoking Aids:
First of all, 65 percent of e-cig users had tried to quit smoking. And 40 percent of the people who smoked didn’t use e-cigs. About 8 percent of e-cig users succeeded in quitting. The 8 percent of e-cig users quit for three months. Compare the 8 percent of e-cig users to the 5 percent of non-users. Overall, people who quit smoking increased by 1.1 percentage points. Therefore, this represents 350,000 people who decided to quit smoking.
The Big Picture about Smoking Aids:
In conclusion, the study was a large representation of e-cig users. Furthermore, studies have limitations. In addition, surveys need detailed information. They don’t include the type of e-cigs used. But the big picture is obvious. E-cigs get most of the credit for smoking cessation. There are national ad campaigns against smoking, and a tobacco tax helped, too. This suggests that e-cigs do more good. Finally, we need to get rid of political corruption. Attitudes surrounding the technology must be honest. Electronic cigarettes are smoking aids.