According to a recent study conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, electronic cigarettes are the go-to tool for people who want to find an alternative to smoking.
One evidence is the strong correlation between the decrease in the number of tobacco smokers and the prevalence of electronic cigarettes. This doesn’t mean the research should stop here. Further information must be gathered to help individuals make informed decisions about what’s best for their health and lifestyle.
The study involved participants in the US, spanning the years 2014 to 2016. Fifteen thousand tobacco smokers were evaluated, with the goal of figuring out the best aid when it comes to smoking cessation. Other than electronic cigarettes, the participants were provided with cessation aids including gums and patches.
Based on the results, it has been proven that electronic cigarette users are able to cut down on their use of traditional cigarettes a lot more compared to those who used other cessation aids. Some users even switched entirely to e-cigarettes.
There’s a growing body of research within the scientific community showing the effectiveness of e-cigarette use in terms of helping people to switch or stop altogether.
A contributing factor to this might be the continuous growth of the vaping industry. A BIS Research report predicts that e-cigarettes and other related vaping products will have a global marketing share amounting to $46.9 billion by 2025. In 2015, the global market share was approximated at $8 billion. Given these figures, it shows that the industry will see a 19.34% compound annual growth rate over the next decade.
It’s useful to look at statistics, but nothing can replace hearing from real-world experiences by e-cigarette users. This short film tells the stories of people from different walks of life who have succeeded in quitting smoking with the help of e-cigarettes.
Take time to watch the video, which is one of the most powerful we have seen about vaping and the benefits it brings to users.
The Switch –