If you are an expecting parent or planning to have a child but you cannot quit smoking, this article is for you!
Have you ever wondered how bad smoking or vaping is for the planet? Whether e-liquids contain calories or substances that affect those with allergies or various dietary requirements?
Studies show that pure nicotine is not harmful. In fact, cigarettes contain over 5000 substances and plenty of them are carcinogenic. The conclusion is quite simple: cigarettes are harmful to health, e-cigarettes are not, as they contain almost pure nicotine and only a few substances - 1000 times less carcinogenic substances.
Anyone that is an addict will know a little something about what happens with the brain when their addiction is in play, along with ways to get rid of the addiction. The knowledge of brain changes during the addiction can help prevent us from getting addicted and help us quit.
Vaping has become very popular in Europe and the US, but where did it originate from? And, when did the whole idea start?
For many years’ nicotine was believed to have healing properties. This assumption has been forgotten since scientists found it is carcinogenic and harmful. The question is, could our ancestors be so wrong? If not, what healing properties does nicotine have?
E-cigarettes are considered as medical devices and e-juices are classed as medical products in most European countries. Some even have restrictions. There are also many countries where e-cigarettes are completely illegal.
Have you made the decision to quit smoking but worried about how difficult it’ll be? Read this short guide to quitting smoking easily and change your life forever!
Smoking is highly addictive. Many of us have tried to kick the habit time and time again to no avail. However, the introduction of e-cigarettes provides an alternative to the typical cessation aids many of us are familiar with. Here we look at the benefits of swapping traditional cigarettes to e-cigs…
It is quite common for those who usually do not smoke, to lose their inhibitions and casually smoke when they start drinking. It’s also often the case that smokers will smoke a lot more when drinking alcohol. And now, scientists have discovered the reason for this particular behaviour.