Sunday, 1 May 2016

A Bit More About Vaping

I wrote a post the other day about vaping and it had quite a response, so when I was invited to share some more facts with you I jumped at the chance. As most of you will know I am not a smoking, but I do know lots of people who have benefited from vaping when it comes to giving up the habit.

Of course as with anything else I feel like smoking is a personal decision for you and your body. If you’re happy being a smoker then that’s great but I think it’s really good to have tools available to you if you do want to kick it – because from what I hear it’s not always easy!

Lots of the facts in this infographic gave me food for thought but I still feel as though it is something that is personal and as long as you are making decisions for YOU and YOUR body that is all that matters.

Vaping Saved My Life – Electric Tobacconist Infographic UK
I spoke to some friends who vape about their experiences and they told me that it really did help them give up. A couple of them had tried to quit smoking before but had found it tough and had fallen off the band wagon at various stages. They said that using electronic cigarettes had helped them to break the habit of smoking which is often the hardest part. It’s like anything – we quickly get used to something so when we can’t do it, we crave it. So smokers who stop tend to miss their cigarettes at times when they are used to having one – their early morning one or the one they have on their lunch break. When you vape you can still keep up the habit of smoking which from what I am told makes life much easier.

What most of my friends loved about vaping was the fact that there are so many different flavours to choose from. I even found out that you can mix your own e-juices as described here: This is great because it means that whatever you’re into you can be sure that there is something out there for everyone.

However the biggest benefits my friends talked about was how much money they saved. We all know that the cost of cigarettes is always on the rise, so it really isn’t a cheap habit to keep up. One of my friends put all of the money they would usually spend on smoking in a tin and treated themselves to a holiday a year after they had quit. They probably wouldn’t say it was all down to vaping (it takes will power and motivation too) but without a doubt it’s something that has helped them and in my eyes that can only be a good thing!

Have you made any changes to your life that you’re proud of? Mine was to try and keep a more regular sleeping pattern and I have definitely made improvements over the last few months – yay!

Debz x

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