How Safe Are Electronic Cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes such as in Vape Chicago Yelp may have been regarded by some studies as a safe alternative versus traditional tobacco based cigarettes, but some people still want to make sure how safe e-cigarette smoking is.

For one, it is something new, it does not look like the usual cigarette, and at the same time it has its own formulation that is subject to the scrutiny of those who are still unsure about trying vaping.

An article published by British Broadcasting Company in its official website talked about the latest developments in vaping. It mentioned that one of the reasons that vaping is safe is because it does not involve inhaling something that is being physically burned Vape Chicago Yelp.

“David O’Reilly, Head of Research and Development at British American Tobacco says the danger in smoking is in the actual burning of the tobacco, which is why vaping is thought to be less unhealthy. ‘If you took lettuce, dried it, rolled it and set fire to it and inhaled it, you would inhale very similar toxicants to those you would get from tobacco.’ And we know lettuce is safe to eat.”

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In its website, the British based National Health Service meantime quoted an independent study stating that Electronic cigarettes from Vape Shop Chicago are 95% safer compared to traditional tobacco based cigarette smoking.

“E-cigarettes are not risk free, but based on current evidence they carry a fraction of the risk of cigarettes. Public Health England’s independent review of the latest evidence found that using an e-cigarette (known as ‘vaping’) is around 95% safer than smoking. As well as nicotine, e-cigarette liquid and vapour can contain potentially harmful chemicals, although these are either at much lower levels than seen in cigarette smoke or at levels not associated with health risk.”

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Apart from the absence of smoke inhalation, electronic cigarettes are also seen as a safe alternative because it also helps in smoking cessation.