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Smoking is responsible for one in every five deaths in adults aged over 35 in England, and half of all long-term smokers will die prematurely due to a smoking-related disease.
Tobacco use is responsible for more than 5 million deaths per year worldwide, but it’s a preventable cause of death. So, it’s not surprising that, when a new device that has the potential to help people quit smoking hits the market, many smokers are willing to give it a try. And one of the latest to make that claim is the electronic cigarette.
Giving up smoking increases your chances of living a longer and healthier life. You’ll start to notice the benefits soon after quitting. For example:
- after one month your skin will be clearer, brighter and more hydrated
- after three to nine months your breathing will have improved, and you will no longer have a cough or wheeze
- after one year your risk of heart attack and heart disease will have fallen to about half that of a smoker
The electronic cigarette was invented in China by a company called Ruyan in 2003 and first introduced to the U.S. market in 2007, and it’s gaining both friends and foes across the world. But what’s the deal? Can they really help you quit smoking? Proponents of e-cigarettes say yes and think they’re better than smoking tobacco cigarettes — both for their health and for their wallets. Currently e-cigs aren’t subject to normal tobacco laws because they don’t contain tobacco.
Electronic cigarettes Electronic cigarettes have helped almost nine out of ten smokers quit tobacco completely
Electronic cigarettes have helped almost nine out of ten smokers quit tobacco completely, new research shows.
They are so effective that more people give up their habit than intend to when they start using them.
The findings contradict fears that the battery-powered devices would merely increase users’ intake of nicotine as they sought ways to sidestep smoking bans.