E-cigarette, effectiveness proven to reduce tobacco

The e-cigarette also facilitates weaning

On the full withdrawal, 14% of subjects who used e-cigarettes with nicotine have stopped their smoking, against 4% of those who used cigarettes without nicotine. On average, it is 8.7% with e-cigarettes with or without nicotine, a high rate for smokers who do not intend to stop and have not received counseling, support psychological or medical supervision. By comparison, the quit rates obtained with the drug varenicline is 9.5 % for a smoker motivation engaging in smoking cessation.

Moreover, the e-cigarette has decreased CO poisoning smokers and the most common symptoms (cough, dry mouth, sore throat, shortness of breath). Finally, side effects typically experienced during withdrawal were rare with e-cigarette (increased appetite, irritability, insomnia, anxiety, depression).

In conclusion, the e-cigarette has halve the consumption of cigarettes and facilitated weaning. Note that the dosage nicotine played a role in the withdrawal, but not in reducing consumption. Finally, in this study, you do not become addicted to e-cigarette with 73 % of subjects who successfully quit smoking had also stopped the e-cigarette after one year. Remains to explore the adverse effects of e-cigarette in order to objectively weigh the benefits.

Participants were divided into groups, each receiving e-cigarettes with nicotine cartridges of 7.2 mg for 12 weeks or six weeks, or cartridges of nicotine 5.4 mg for 6 weeks, still other cartridges without nicotine, without specific instruction. While the initial consumption averaged 20 cigarettes per day, twelve weeks later participants halved their daily consumption (ten cigarettes per day), regardless of the group. And a year later, the weekly consumption was on average 10 to 15 cigarettes per day. Here e-cigarette is very effective to reduce its consumption with a decrease of 50%.

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Propylene glycol and electronic cigarette

With the constant increase in consumer e-cigarettes, the product range is more extensive and more questions and more. One of the questions that comes up very regularly is the question of propylene glycol and its possible health effects.

For the moment the question divided. The subject is far from being neutral with respect to certain actors tobacco , pharmaceutical industry or governments, there is confrontation of experts who have opinions sometimes very opposite. Therefore not easy for the consumer to position and the question is not yet fully resolved. We must not forget that for the moment the use of the electronic cigarette is not considered and recognized as a medical method to stop smoking. One can easily imagine the economic issues that are being played … So what about propylene glycol ?

Propylene glycol, what is it?

Propylene glycol and the cigarette L’un e – liquid component is propylene glycol . It is the subject of many questions from consumers of e- cigarettes and other . Behind it a bit complicated, there is a little chemistry : propane -1, 2 – diol from the group of alcohols.

This chemical compound is used in particular in cosmetics for makeup, shampoo, deodorant … It is also found in some drugs such as syrups.

Yes good inhale is it dangerous?

In food, propylene glycol is present in many foods labeled as “E1520″ and “E490″. It is used as an emulsifier for example sauces . It is found in products containing flavorings such as yoghurt, jam solvent. Inhalation is safe.

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