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How Vaping is Better for You Than Smoking

Most people that smoke cigarettes know that it’s bad for them but they still do it anyway. It’s easy to become addicted to smoking cigarettes and it may seem impossible to quit even though you know it’s causing harm to your body. There are options that will help you quit smoking while still allowing you to get the nicotine you crave. Vaping is increasing in popularity over the years for numerous reasons, but some people love it because it helps them quit smoking.

Pick Flavors You Like

One of the best things about vaping is that you can choose your own flavors. When it comes to smoking cigarettes, there really isn’t much of a variety to choose from. Vaping allows you to vape whatever flavors meet your preference and have something for each day if you wanted. If you were a regular menthol cigarette smoker, you could consider trying the Black Note e-juice sampler box, which comes with several menthol flavors to try.

Less Exposure to Chemicals

There are over 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke, 43 of them are carcinogens which mean they are known to cause cancer. Cigarettes contain arsenic, ammonia, formaldehyde, lead, and carbon monoxide, all of which smokers inhale into their lungs and put others at risk of inhaling secondhand smoke. The four chemicals in e-juice:

·  Flood grade flavoring: which you can find in a lot of foods

·  Nicotine

·  Propylene glycol or PG, which is used in asthma inhalers

·  Glycerin or VG, which is naturally found in vegetables

Some studies have claimed in the past that if e-liquid heats up to extremely high temperatures it can form formaldehyde. These stories have been debunked though because the atomizer was overheated and caused something known as a dry puff phenomenon. This basically means that you’d know if your electronic cigarette was overheating and giving you dry hits. The taste would be extremely unpleasant and you wouldn’t continue doing it.

More Convenient

Many places that don’t allow smoking will allow you to vape including clubs and at events. You should always use find out for sure if you’re allowed to vape first to make sure because some places with no smoking signs also mean no vaping. Vapor from electronic cigarettes smells much less offensive than cigarettes, making it more socially acceptable. You can vape from the comforts of your home without having to worry about your home smelling like an ashtray. With an electronic cigarette, you can pull your device out and take a couple of puffs as needed, rather than have to smoke an entire cigarette, which takes more time.

Choose Your Own Nicotine Level  

The cool thing about electronic cigarettes is that you can adjust your own nicotine level. If you’re serious about quitting nicotine altogether, you can gradually decrease the amount of nicotine you use, allowing you to slowly taper off. Most manufacturers of e-liquid offer 24mg all the way down to 0mg. So, you can still vape if you’d like but you don’t always have to have liquids with nicotine.

There’s always going to be people that argue and say vaping is as dangerous as smoking cigarettes, but they’re wrong. There have been so many studies that have proven that it’s better for you and exposure to secondhand vapor isn’t harmful either. If you’re new to vaping, it’s important to learn more about it to help you get started. You need to understand the equipment you’ll need as well as the nicotine levels to vape safely.  Start with simple easy-to-use devices before trying out the more complex devices.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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