If you want to give up your addiction to nicotine and are thinking of using an e-cigarette then perhaps you might like to think again. There have been plenty of debates regarding the safety and continual use of the fake cigarettes. Several studies have stated that although the device is “less toxic” than a normal cigarette it still wasn't “totally innocuous” and could pose health risks.
In answer to these criticisms an association of e-cigarette manufacturers have said that the electronic device was devised as a way to help people who already smoke to give up. It was never intended to be used long term or as an alternative teenage fad.
At this current time there are nearly 700,000 smokers using the e-cigarette to help them quit smoking but as yet it hasn't been proven that this gadget can actually help with quitting cigarettes. Studies have shown that the amount of nicotine in each device can vary and although the substance is taken in vapour form and not smoke, it can still be addictive.
There are other methods available to help someone with a nicotine addiction give up the dreaded leaf. Giving up smoking in a natural way will be more beneficial to you in the long run and will help you to live a much healthier lifestyle.