Life is stressful. Whether you're driving and contending with road rage, whether you're at the office and being bombarded with demands to 'up' your performance or whether you're at home with all its demands, people are looking for ways to relax. Many claim that smoking helps to cope with their stress, and e cigarettes, designed by Chinese pharmacist, Hon Lik, have been exported to major markets around the world, starting a new trend in smoking. E-cigarettes, according to studies by public health experts, have been found to be more effective than gum and nicotine patches.
The study, which has been published revealed a survey of people who had stopped smoking over a period of 12 months and between the years 2009 up to February 2014. The study showed that more people claimed to use e-cigarettes rather than over-the-counter products such as patches or gum. In fact big pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer who produce 'giving-up-smoking' drugs are apposed to e cigarettes as it causes them to lose sales and money with their products.Read More