An aerosol or vapor is produced by heating the liquid substance present in the e-cigarette. Many e-cigarette users are midle aged men and women using it to quit smoking or recreation. As of 2014, in the US, 12.6 per cent adults had used e-cigarette at least once and 4.7 were still using them. In the US, there were 10.6 million users in the year of 2014 and 3.6 million users are in UK.
In some countries they are very cheaper, e-cigarette is odor free, and available with different flavors such as candy, fruit and coffee. while some users have stopped vaping because of an issue related to device.
Recently in the news, in Los Angeles, Calif, author Theodore C. Friedman professor of Charles R. Drew university of medicine and science have researched and found that e-cigarette are safer than regular cigaretee but e-cigarette leads to an occumulation of fat in the liver exposed by a mice by experiment. It has been condluded that e-cigarette are not as safe as they promoted to their consumers.
To Quit Smoking Use E-Cigarette:
global usage of E-Cigarette rose exponensially when their introduction to the market in between 2004 to 2015. an e-cigarette or vapor was first introduced in China and since the awareness and use of e-cifarette increased rapidly within a short period of time.
It is also known as electronic nicotine delivery system or simply electronic cigarette (EC). In 2003 it was invented by Chinese scientist Hon Lik. In the United States, Canada and in the UK their use is widespread.
Reason for using e-cigarette involve trying to save money and reduce risk as well as quit smoking. About 60% of americans are smokers and roughly 30% are ex-smokers. The majority of toxic element available in tobaco smoke are absent in e-cigarette because an e-cigarette create an earosol commonlu known as vapor.
the health risk of tobacco is known while e-cigarette’s health risk is safer and uncertain. some time it may help smokers to quit and some time it leads to nicotine adiction for new users and teen agers. children could start smoking if they use c-cigarette. so far, no advers effects have been observed but it may cause vometing, caugh, nausea, throat and mouth irritations.
it has been debated in many countries because of a medical and drug policies. In August 2016, United States’s FDS has extended its regulatory power to include e-cigarette in the country. In 2013, more than a quarter million of midle and high school students never smoked regular cigarette but they had used e-cigarette.