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Did you know that switching to vaping can boost physical energy & mental clarity?

There’s a lot of misinformation out there concerning the many health benefits of switching to vaping from smoking.  Over the years, the vaping community has been forced to defend itself against bogus allegations that e-cigs are a gateway to combustible tobacco smoking and false rumors that its vapor is secretly laced with formaldehyde.

Anti-vaping lobbyists also fail to mention that the UK’s Royal College of Physicians says that vaping is 95 percent less harmful than smoking.  Vaping haters also seem to ignore the scientific fact that it’s the burning of tobacco leaves that produces the highly carcinogenic smoke that is so very deadly.  The e-liquids in vapor products, however, are 100% tobacco-free.

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Tar is another hidden enemy of conventional tobacco cigarettes.  Also only produced from the burning of tobacco leaves, tar’s thick, gooey texture clogs the arteries and coats the lungs and airways.  It’s the ingestion of tar-filled smoke produced from tobacco leaves that leads to multiple smoking-related illnesses, including heart disease, emphysema, and other respiratory disorders.

Why is everyone switching from smoking to vaping?

There are many, many reasons to make the switch to vaping.  Besides being a safer and cleaner alternative to smoking, it’s also cheaper, causes smokers to vape less than they smoke, and allows the smokers to modulate their nicotine intake with just a click of a button.  There’s also a wider variety of e-liquid flavors compared to traditional cigarettes, and the resulting vapor does not saturate the clothing and furnishings like that of tobacco smoke. 

But there is another significant benefit to making the switch, one that rarely gets covered in the mainstream media.  While the timeline will vary slightly depending on the vaping habits of the user, most novice vapers experience a noticeable improvement in physical energy and stamina very shortly after making the switch.  They also often boast of having a greater sense of mental clarity and concentration capabilities.

All of a sudden, novice vapers are no longer satisfied with just sitting around the house and watching television.  They want to get out, go for a walk, go shopping with friends, or maybe even head to the gym for the first time in months.  The reason for this change in energy levels is simple. 

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The products manufactured by Big Tobacco are packed with thousands of added chemicals, many of which are highly carcinogenic.  These chemicals not only keep smokers addicted, but they also pollute the human body, which leaves smokers feeling energy-depleted and toxic even if they don’t realise it.  The tar-filled smoke also seeps into the lungs, which makes it more difficult for smokers to breath even when completing the most minor of physical tasks, like walking up stairs.

The e-liquids used in vaping are manufactured from only three primary ingredients, all of which are FDA-approved:  Propylene glycol (a sweetener often found in ice creams), vegetable glycerin (a sweet, odorless substance used in toothpastes and baked goods like Entenmann’s pastries), and artificial flavorings  E-liquids do NOT contain formaldehyde, the thousands of added chemicals of tobacco cigarettes, nor the tar and hundreds of carcinogens derived from burnt tobacco leaves.

So, for smokers looking for an excuse to give vaping a try, consider the energy boost and increased mental clarity that comes with making the switch.  For some vapers, the change can become apparent in as little as a few hours to perhaps a few days.  But no dual usage is allowed. 

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