Want £800 per year? Ditch the cigarettes

If you have recently quit smoking or considering this, then there has been a recent report from The Sun Newspaper outlining that vapers can save up to £800 per year compared to smoking traditional cigarettes.

It sounds like a lot, but it adds up every week you smoke.

Buy yourself a box and see how much you can save.

Invest in a good e-cigarette kit such as the Aspire K3 or Smok Priv V8 device and some quality e-liquid!

Vaping age limit?

When it comes to vape, the novelty behind the devices is great when it comes to quitting smoking or tasting some great flavours. A recent study done in the USA sent in underage decoys to see how effective the age limit is at stopping underage vaping.

They found that more than half of the stores accepted a sale to the underage decoys. CNN reports on the topic.

In the UK, it’s recommended that sale of vape or nicotine products should not be sold to those under the age of 18 however the ‘Under 25’ principle is used to ensure that customers are of legal age.

What do you think can be done to stop the sale of vape supplies to underage people? We’d love to hear your thoughts.

Vaping is more likely to help smokers

Within recent years, the rise of vapers across the World has increased and is suspected to continue to do so, mostly due to the preferred health and expense savings compared to traditional cigarettes.

Vaping is undoubtedly 10X better for health than smoking cigarettes, with many reports suggesting there be up to 400 times fewer chemicals and toxins found in vape juice smoke, and 95% less harmful. It leaves us asking the question, why are we still smoking?

Throughout the years, there have been numerous advances in technology and medicines to help in smoking cessation such as pills, patches, hypnosis, consultations and support groups but quitting can be so hard.

The truth of the matter is, that when it comes to the bodies organs and bodily functions, the real results of both can be seen in the Youtube video below.

Since e-cigarettes came to market, there has been much debate around the topic from top health officials, governments and cancer researchers – enabling a much greater debate into the effectiveness of e-cigarettes and their usage.

Now since years have passed, there are more studies been carried out from officials and doctors to see the long-term effects of vaping but it’s no question that vaping most definitely helps smokers quit, and prevent relapses.