Are you trying to quit smoking using v2 ecigs? How can you responsibly and safely use them to ensure you’re quitting in the best way possible? These and hundreds of other questions were both asked and answered by professor Jean-Francois Etter. He published a book on Amazon entitled: “The truth about e-cigarettes.” This is the first such comprehensive study on these increasingly common devices.
A survey conducted by one of the manufacturers of e-cigarettes suggests that according to more than half of the surveyed responders who answered the poll, these devices “are a preventive measure against relapse. And their main advantages is the prospect of ‘take your hands’, the possibility of dosage of nicotine, depending on the needs of a wide variety of flavors, smoking inside buildings and reduced costs of addiction. ” In second place among the methods to help quit smoking was a physical activity, further nicotine capsule, chewing gum, lozenges and patches.
It is that really explains a professor of public health at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva in Switzerland, who for the last 18 years led numerous research projects on addiction and prevention of nicotine addiction. Scholar dug through dozens of studies that try to explain how e-cigarettes affect the body smoker, or are his enemy or ally in the fight against addiction.
According to the American manufacturers of e-cigarettes, they are a preventive measure against relapse. And their main advantages is the prospect of ‘take your hands’, the possibility of dosage of nicotine, depending on the needs of a wide variety of flavors, smoking inside buildings and reduced costs of addiction.
But that did not stop the professor. The book also describes, among others, the history of this invention. It turns out that the first electronic cigarette invented back in 1963 the American engineer Herbert A. Gilbert. The device gave off no smoke and had all the basic elements of today’s e-cigarette: battery, heater and a reservoir with a flavored liquid. In the ’60s did not mean, however, common dangers that smoking poses to health or the need to break the habit. Therefore, the invention Gilbert no one is interested and has not been introduced to the market.
Electronic cigarette in a form we know it today, was established in 2003 in Hong Kong. It has developed a Chinese chemist with an interest in electronics, who smoked 60 cigarettes a day, coughing terribly, his father died of cancer, but he could not kick the habit. The first e-cigarettes appeared on the Chinese market in May 2004 and since then has quickly conquered the world.