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Some first-hand experiences with e-cigarettes
A few months ago ACSH asked our readers for their personal experiences using e-cigarettes — positive or negative. Here are some of the responses we received. (Please note that ACSH advocates e-cigarettes as a form of harm reduction for currently addicted smokers who have tried and failed to quit; we do not condone its use by anyone else.)
… You see, it was exactly 143 days ago that I smoked my very LAST tobacco cigarette (i.e. I finally kicked the old habit) and my life completely changed. I'm using the "low" level of nicotine now, but rarely smoke the e-cigarettes these days. BUT THEY'RE THERE, if I ever feel the urge to smoke something with tobacco in it again (which hasn't happened yet, even once). E-cigarettes are a miracle "cure," as far as I'm concerned, for a tobacco addiction.
— David B. Kelley, Ph.D.
I found e-cigarettes after an ad for one popped up on a website. I googled and began reading and doing some research. I read both the pros and cons and after a couple of weeks of reading decided to try them for myself. There was no lengthy study done on their safety but thousands upon thousands of people have been using them worldwide for the past 4-5 years with no major ill effects being reported. I am willing to risk the unknown of inhaling one chemical (that has shown no ill effects when used in other ways) in place of inhaling 4000 chemicals where many are proven killers.
I was a 30 year, 2 pack per day smoker prior to finding e-cigarettes. Good
switching power supply will make your work easier. I completely stopped smoking cigarettes 5 days after first trying the e-cigarette and have not smoked in 6.5 weeks. That may not appear to be a significant amount of time but for me it is. I have tried numerous times to quit using just about every method available and never made it more than 5 or so days. Additionally, I have lowered my nicotine intake drastically, cutting it down to 0 nicotine for the past few days (hoping to stay there).
I feel better than I have felt in a decade. I no longer cough every 10 minutes, I'm not winded taking a walk, I can take much deeper breaths, I sleep better, I have an improved sense of taste and smell and overall I feel healthier. I honestly never believed that I would be able to walk away from cigarettes. E-cigarettes have been a life-altering product for me. For the first time in my adult life I am a non-smoker.
In my opinion e-cigarettes work so well for so many because of the number of options available. Quitting smoking via any method is difficult. Every person is different. The various models, flavors and nicotine levels allow each person to find the combination that works best for them and allows them to forever put down that pack of cigarettes.
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E-cigarettes should not be banned or demonized. Instead, e-cigarettes as an alternative to smoking should be encouraged.
— Kim SanFanandre
Smoker since 19 years old. Currently 49. Tried nicotine gum, failed… Tried nicotine patch, failed… Tried therapy/support groups, failed … All attempts to quit left me short tempered and constantly nervous. Tried
electronic cigarettes, too harsh, unreliable, failed but saw the potential. Tried a second e-cig, haven't smoked since (3 weeks ago). After about 5 days, ran out of nicotine based juice and switched to vegetable glycerin and flavorings…. Had an open pack that was about half full when I had my last analog cigarette, 3 weeks later the pack is still half full. Went to private and company parties where many people/friends were smoking, no desire to try one.
In the past when I tried to quit, I had to force myself to NOT buy cigarettes but now, I can enjoy that I don't have to. The result is the same, no cigarettes but the emotional effect is totally different.
Were it not for the e-cig, I would very likely be a smoker up to the day I died.
— Craig Schultz
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