Vaping currently has a cloud of confusion surrounding its safeness. Skeptics and possible new vapers ask...
Is it safe?
Will it really help me quit smoking?
The answers are out there, but they are not always easy to find under layers of false reports and anti-vaping campaigns from Big Tobacco and other biased media. To avoid this confusion we have collected the information you need to properly inform yourself and others on vaping. In order to properly educate others, you need to educate yourself.
A measurable substance in an organism whose presence is indicative of some phenomenon such as disease, infection, or environmental exposure.
Biomarkers may predict aggressive disease in lungs of those who smoke.
In CASAA's clinical study, the objectives were to evaluate changes in tobacco use behavior and levels of selected biomarkers of exposure (BOEs) for smokers. To view the full details on the clinical study, click to go to the CASAA's full report. Click the links below for more details.
The Royal College of Physicians recognizes that electronic cigarettes and other novel nicotine devices can provide an effective, affordable and readily available retail alternative to conventional cigarettes. This report is a big 'win' for the vaping industry as they have deemed vaping 95% safer than combustible tobacco. View more information [Here].
Research, Studies and Health Related Articles on Vaping.
Below is a variety of different links to provide education to consumers, industry professionals and non-vapers on the health benefits of vaping over conventional cigarettes and tobacco.
There are many deciding factors in your decision to stop combustible tobacco and switch to vaping. But, the only deciding factor that should matter is you.
With all smoking cessation products, it is up to the end user to want to quit. This should be something you want to do for yourself, your family, your friends and your health.
The good thing that can help you decide to use vaping products to help you quit combustible tobacco are the studies and articles about how vaping is beneficial in the fight to quit. Also, the vaping community is very tight-knit. There is much support from fellow vapers to help you successfully kick those butts! Lastly, vaping does not include 'Big Pharma' (endorsed nicotine replacement therapies) products that can cause crazy side effects on your body. Why add any more possible chemicals that you just don't need?
In all the options given today to help you quit smoking, vaping is a very successful, if not the most successful option for THR (tobacco harm reduction) with a quit rate of 70% (according to a study published in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine)! That, in itself, is a good reason to research how vaping can help you.