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Allen Carr of “Easy Way”, a reputable stop smoking organisation commissioned research company Atomik to survey
A recent trial where both methods were compared against a placebo, showed that e-cigarettes had a similar success rate to nicotine patches when quitting smoking.
E-cigarettes are generally seen as a healthier alternative to smoking cigarettes because they don’t burn any tobacco.
According to WebMd.com “use of e-cigarettes has risen significantly in recent years: Only 2 percent of U.S. smokers reported using them in 2010, but that number jumped to over 30 percent in 2012”
Scientists have warned that e-cigarette vapour damages DNA in a way that can lead to cancer.
According to theGuardian.com, US researchers say smokers who use e-cigarettes are less likely to quit smoking than those who don’t use these vaping devices. Many e-cigarette smokers still smoke normal cigarettes too.
E-cigarettes are becoming more and more popular around the world and are seen as a much healthier alternative to smoking cigarettes and as an aid to quit smoking altogether. Sales have increased from 50,000 in 2008 to 3.5 million in 2012.