Vaping – A healthier alternative to smoking

With more than 1 million people smoking in the world, and 5 million people dying each year from tobacco-related illness, according to the World Health Organization, that’s about one person dying every six seconds.

6 Tips for Quitting Smoking

Then the next mad craze started of vaping, the alternative to smoking, the new best thing to happen.  With my fiance smoking for many years and his dad I could never see a reason for him to give up after all these years, even after plenty off me.

There are so many different sorts of vapes you can choose from around but Disposable e cig offer disposable e-cigs that are convenience of traditional cigarettes in an updated package. They provide an authentic tobacco flavour without the smell, giving you an easier way to make the transition to vaping and quit smoking. Each stick comes in a range of eye-catching colours and delicious flavours, with a stylish packet and crystal glowing tip. Choose from our own Eshish 300 and Eshish 500 range for nicotine-free, fruity flavours or from some top brands such as Jolie Paris, Luli and FC Line for different nicotine strengths, flavours and styles.

Here’s some tips to help you quit smoking:

Take your time quitting

Smoking is like a drug that you get addicted to so is hard to stop especially after so many years of doing it.  No one can tell you when or how to give up.  You can’t rush it just take it day by day.

Saves you money

Since giving up smoking and using a vape, my fiance has saved an absolute fortune. He smoked about 20 cigarettes a day. If you consider a packet of cigarettes is more than £8, a 20 a day habit could cost more than £56 a week. That totals more than £200 a month! My fiance reckons he spends just £25 a month on new juice and coils for his vape – that’s an massive saving! More importantly his health. In total so far he has saved £3,750 in nearly 2 years.

Health

Aswell as saving you quite a bit of money it has a massive impact and improvement on your health.  If you’ve had a horrible smokers cough hopefully over time it will start to disappear, you won’t get out of breath as easily as your lungs will be healthier

Reward Yourself

Try and reward yourself for every milestone you hit – your first full day as a non-smoker, your first week, your first month etc. Plan a big reward for that all important year milestone – perhaps put the money that you would usually use spend on buying cigarettes, pop it in a jar. Book a holiday or a trip somewhere after a year using that money.

No more puffs. Ever.

Apparently, this is one of the biggest things that stops people from quitting smoking successfully in the long run. They think just one puff, or one cigarette isn’t going to hurt. It usually does, though, leading to another puff or another cigarette, and before you know it, you’re smoking again.

What do you think about vaping? I’d love you to leave your thoughts in the comments.

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