E-Cigarettes: Making Cigarette Smoking Less Detrimental

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by mardi grass 2011

An electronic cigarette or e cig is the modernized alternative version of the typical tobacco cigarette. It is made of synthetic material, containing only nicotine and water. It is becoming popular today because of the numerous advantages it has.

 

Eco-friendly. Because of the invention of e-cigarettes, the use of tobacco plants for cigarette manufacturing is lessened. Electronic cigarettes do not also create ashes, thus, there is lesser waste when they are used. Regular cigarettes are disposable—the remaining cigarette part that is thrown away adds to the pollutants that the surrounding already has. Most of all, e-cigarettes do not emit smoke, just clean vapor. 

 

Odorless. Unlike regular cigarettes, electronic cigarettes do not produce harmful smoke—users get to puff only water vapor so e-cigarettes are practically odorless. Before, when you use the conventional tobacco smoke, you get to have a tobacco-smelling breath and your clothes also get the smell of the tobacco smoke. With e-cigarettes, you do not have to worry about having a bad smell—e-cigarette vapor has no smell at all.

 

Healthier. A stick of a regular tobacco cigarette contains thousands of toxic chemicals, harming the lungs with constant inhaling and exhaling tobacco smoke. But with e cig the lungs take in a much cleaner air.

When you use an e-cigarette, it is as if you are just using a regular one—they both feel and taste the same, only, the e-cigarette is healthier. Aside from that, there is no second-hand smoke produced when e-cigarette is used. People do not have to worry about inhaling puffed e-cigarette vapor because it is actually very safe.

 

Convenient. A stick of an e-cigarette is equivalent to a pack of tobacco cigarettes. You just have to own one e-cigarette stick to enjoy smoking for a certain period, the same duration you enjoy when smoking a pack of cigarettes. You do not have to carry a bulky cigarette pack with e-cigarettes—a stick can fit a small space in your bag/purse. In addition, e-cigarettes do not get deformed as easily as regular cigarettes do, so you do not have to worry about it being crushed or destroyed inside your bag.

 

Cost-effective. An e cig stick is much affordable than a pack of regular cigarettes. Using e-cigarettes is also considered economical in the long run—since it is much healthier than tobacco cigarettes, you are able to save more on health expenses. You do not have to worry about spending on a respiratory disease treatment if you use e-cigarettes—as mentioned, they are not detrimental to the body.

 

 

 

 

 

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