Since nicotine and tobacco are most addictive substances in cigarettes, many smokers become unsuccessful to quit this slow poison. In order to help these “diehard” smokers break this life-threatening habit, electronic cigarettes have been proved as a wonderful invention in the planet for them. But according to a new report of Alere Wellbeing (company which provides tobacco cessation classes and weight loss programs), little amount of evidences in favor of smokeless cigarette cannot prove this device is 100% effective to quit smoking. As per a new report, around one-third world population of smokers tried e-cigarettes with an aim to quit real smoking. This report had surprised at a point by proving about 20% of them failed in their mission.
About Electronic Cigarette
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Electronic Cigarette is an apparatus powered by a lithium-ion rechargeable battery which releases vaporized nicotine with flavorings to give a satisfying smoking experience to the user. Smokers can choose tobacco flavor to fool their mind as they are smoking a real cigarette. Sometimes they can also choose more fun flavors like chocolate, strawberry or blackberry. The best and most integral part of e-cigarette is that it doesn't contain deadly elements of tobacco and tar as they are present in largest ratio in real cigarettes.
Reviews in favor of E-cigarette
Since one-third population of the world is using e-cigarette, it is true that e-cigarette is really helping them stop consumption of tobacco, according to the statement of researchers. And till date, there has not been any double-blind, comprehensive clinical trial on e-cigarettes.
Alere Wellbeing had done a recent survey on around 2500 people who are smokers and trying hard to quit smoking. They organized a seven-month program of smoking cessation. After seven months period, they asked participants with a questionnaire which was based on the deep analysis of their success stories in quitting cigarettes. In the result, about 30% of the participants used best e cigarettes to quit smoking and 10% of them to reduce tobacco consumption. And they all have given same answer – “E-cigarette really did a great job”. It means this device is really helpful to reduce tobacco consumption and for the improvement of overall well-being.
This is true that FDA has not yet approved e-cigarette as 100% safe and smoking-leaving aid. They also warned the companies to stop claiming such things. Despite of the FDA's restrictions, e-cigarette is still popular and many smokers are enjoying the vaporized clouds without any worries and restrictions.