Shopecigarette Guide To Stop Smoking

So you want to kick the habit and stop smoking


There are many ways to stop smoking, many people have tried using the gum or the patches and it works for them but the majority of people enjoy the cloud and the whole action of breathing in smoke as it's relaxing, So the use of a ecigarette gives you that feeling without the 4000 chemicals and 599 ingredients a cigarette has.

If ecigs are not your cup of tea then check out some of the stop smoking clinics


www.smokefree.nhs.uk

www.quit4good.org

www.kick-it.org.uk

What does Ecigarettes involve

Using a e-cigarette involves a battery that passes a electrical current threw the heating element the coil that is surrounded in cotton or wick, the cotton is soaked is you eliquid the evaporates for you to inhale.

Eliquid and nicotine

Eliquid is made up of 3 or 4 ingredients three if you decide you use a zero nicotine liquid.

The base liquids are:

PG: propylene glycol

VG: vegetable glycerie

Flavor concentrates


Personal experience with switching

After 8 years of smoking and nothing working for me to quit smoking I tried a friends ecig and enjoyed it as if i was really smoking but with a better taste so the next day I decided to go and buy my own device I started with a basic ego starter kit and a tobacco flavour liquid with 18mg of nicotine I had already experienced many other benefits - and some happened within 24 hours of switching from tobacco to e-cigarettes. The following are some of the benefits I noticed within the first couple of months.

    No longer nauseous in the afternoons.

    Resting heart rate reduced by 20%.

    Sense of taste improved.

    I could stand up quickly from a squatting position and not feel as though I was going to pass out.

    My balance improved.

    Reaction times improved.

    My clothes, my house no longer stank.

    I became more sociable and confident.

    I wasn't as irritable.

    Energy levels generally have improved throughout the day.

    I did not wake up in the middle of the night struggling for breath.

    My ability to concentrate improved dramatically.

    I was more productive.

    Better circulation (feet weren't so cold and I generally didn't feel the cold as much).

    Not so sensitive to noise and tinnitus has decreased.

    Sinuses clearing.

    Sense of smell has improved.

    My general outlook on life became more positive.

    Adrenalin production levels seemed to have decreased, which was very welcome. Small events would trigger large adrenalin rushes that were very unpleasant.

    Cuts and abrasions healing faster.


What We Offer



At Shopecigarette we have an expert team of staff with full knowledge of all electronic cigarette products and liquids with a huge verity of devices to suit the needs of every customer from starter kits aimed at people wanting to stop smoking to full vape devices for the more advanced people who use shisha, All of our products are fully tested before they hit the shelves, We stock only the cleanest liquid in the world to ensure our costumers the best quality.


Will e-cigarettes help me stop smoking?

Research shows that e-cigarettes can help you give up smoking.

If you want to use an e-cigarette to help you quit, you’ll give yourself the best chance if you get expert support from your local NHS stop smoking service. In the year up to April 2015, two out of three people who used e-cigarettes in combination with the NHS stop smoking service quit smoking successfully.

Find your nearest NHS stop smoking service on the NHS Smokefree website, or call the Smokefree National Helpline to speak to a trained adviser on 0300 123 1044.

Different things work for different people and, particularly if you’ve already tried other methods of quitting smoking without success, you might want to give e-cigarettes a go.

Find out more here: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Smoking-(quitting)/Pages/Treatment.aspx#e-cigarettes


Are e-cigarettes safe?


E-cigarettes do not produce tar and carbon monoxide – two of the main toxins in conventional cigarette smoke. The vapour from e-cigarettes has been found to contain some potentially harmful chemicals also found in cigarette smoke, but at much lower levels.

E-cigarettes are still fairly new and we won’t have a full picture on their safety until they have been in use for many years. However, according to current evidence on e-cigarettes, they carry a fraction of the risk of cigarettes.

New rules for e-cigarettes and their refill containers came into effect in the UK on May 20 2016. These rules ensure that there are minimum standards for the safety and quality of all e-cigarettes and refill containers.



Context Taken from the official NHS Website: http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/smoking/Pages/e-cigarettes.aspx


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