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Why was vaping called safer than smoking?

Since their appearance, electronic cigarettes have been controversial. For a new variety to replace tobacco, controversy also means a market. The life span of a new breed sometimes depends on the two opposing parties. Which party gets more benefits from it and has the more potent power to gather.

Of course, whether the new varieties are suitable for the people or hurt, they cannot withstand time’s test. But, as Buffett said, “only when the tide goes out do you discover who has been swimming naked.”

I like to visit forums in various countries, such as Quora, Reddit, etc. Interestingly, you can see opinions from different industries on e-cigarettes. Sometimes these voices are more close to the people than some authoritative websites. So what is their perspective on e-cigarettes? I have compiled some questions and answers and share them here, hoping to give you a new perspective on e-cigarettes.

At least 95% safer, according to Public Health England and the Royal College of Physicians. There are two authoritative shreds of evidence to prove

  1. According to the U.K. Health Security Agency’s clarification of misunderstandings about e-cigarettes, essential data is mentioned: “Of the 3.2 million adult e-cigarette users in the U.K., more than half have completely stopped smoking. A further 770,000 have given up Both smoking and vaping. At the same time, quit success rates have been improving, and we’re seeing an accelerated drop in smoking rates, currently at a record low of 14.9% in England.” This is enough to illustrate specific facts.
  2. According to figures analyzed by NHS Digital earlier this month, E-cigarette use continues to rise, with 6.3% of British adults vaping in 2018, up from 5.5% the previous year.Just over half (51.5%) of those vaping said it was to help them quit smoking.

Some people who dislike e-cigarettes may be due to the following reasons. Please watch the next video:

In fact, among these Quora, one of the beneficiaries of e-cigarettes, Beth Wilde, I remember very profoundly. She was recently switched from smoking to vaping after 30 years. She analyzed the difference between e-cigarettes and cigarettes more rationally and said her Feeling: “After several months of vaping, my breathing is much better. I have lost the morning coughing fit I had for the last 10 years or so. I can exercise for longer without getting exhausted, and my blood pressure has dropped back into the normal category from the elevated category it was in for the last 2 years.”

For non-smokers, watching these online debates about e-cigarettes may be confusing. You might think of those e-cigarette practitioners who have vested interests. of course say e-cigarettes are good. What you think makes sense, I want to remind you that if you don’t smoke, it’s best not to smoke e-cigarettes because not smoking is one of the healthiest lifestyle habits.

But Note it comes from the U.K. government who has a vested interest in collecting tobacco tax, and yet they still encourage smokers to switch to vaping. Pretty compelling. Also, google Public Health England vaping.

Can’t all this prove the nature of the controversy over e-cigarettes by public opinion? There are several classifications of e-cigarettes; you can read this article if you want to know more. The e-cigarettes encouraged by authoritative organizations have been tested and certified by traditional organizations.

I think you are smart, and sooner or later, you will understand the truth.

Let time prove it all!

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