8 Useful Facts About E-Cigarettes
Contrary to what the e-cigarette industry wants you to believe, vaping is not a “healthy” alternative to tobacco smoking. The more the experts find out about this habit, the worse it seems to be.
Happy 2021 or whatever year you’re reading this article! Have you made your New Year’s resolution? Doing the vaping thing but committing yourself to quit? We believe in you! Contrary to what the e-cigarette industry wants you to believe, vaping is not a “healthy” alternative to tobacco smoking. The more the experts find out about this habit, the worse it seems to be. In order to help you give up vaping, take a look at these 8 facts about e-cigarettes.
1. They are easy to throw away
Since e-cigarettes are battery-powered, you can reuse them if they are recharged and properly maintained. Much like your fancy iPhone or iPad, e-cigarette devices come with USB and car charges. Of course, we think that the best solution is to never charge your device so that it can’t be used. Then once you start to realize there are better things to do with your life than shortening it through vaping, you’ll just pitch the stupid thing altogether into the nearest garbage can. It’s such a simple thing to do!
2. They are cheaper than cigarettes but are still more expensive than you can afford
Addicts who smoke a pack a day spend in the neighborhood of $1000 per year to maintain their dangerous habit. By contrast, if you buy an e-cigarette device and cartridges, you’ll end up spending $600, or the equivalent of a PS4 and a handful of games. Don’t you agree that buying video game consoles and video games is a far better idea than blowing that money on vaping? We think so too!
3. You’re still ingesting nicotine
Don’t be fooled by anybody who tells you that e-cigarettes are a non-addictive alternative to traditional cigarettes. They’ve still got nicotine in them, along with delicious flavors such as bubble gum and watermelon, totally not designed to appeal to kids. After all, the manufacturers still want you and future generations of smokers to be hooked so that you’ll keep buying more of their products. The amount of nicotine varies, with some containing as much as a regular, deadly cigarette and others that serve more like a light, deadly cigarette.