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Remarks: All nicotine-containing flavors are suitable for nicotine salt;
High temperature series Strength (nicotine concentration): 3mg, 5mg, 6mg;
Conventional strength (nicotine concentration): 30mg, 35mg, 40mg, 50mg
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The impact of smoking on health is huge. Half of all lifelong smokers die early, they lose around 3 months of life expectancy for every year smoked after the age of 35 and it’s addictive, both physically and psychologically. Vaping is the new kid on the block when it comes to helping people quit and for many the jury might still be out, but Public Health England claims that vaping may be contributing to at least 20,000 smokers quitting every year. Does this mean that we should consider vaping as using a valuable healthtech/medical device?
Vaping has its critics. The medical profession seems reluctant to encourage smokers to make the switch to vaping despite research from the likes of Cardiff University who recently showed that vaping does not act as a gateway back to tobacco, nor does it normalize smoking amongst young people. Similarly, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) actually announced these findings back in 2016, and now, Embarrassing Bodies’ Doctor Christian Jessen has put his name to a public campaign calling on fellow clinicians to heed this advice and support their patients to switch from smoking to vaping.
Dr. Christian said:
We’re in danger of missing out on the huge public health prize of a smoke-free society if the medical profession doesn’t start encouraging smokers to take up vaping. Vaping has so far helped 3.2m vapers either quit or reduce smoking, saving the NHS billions in treating those with smoking related health conditions.
There is a growing bank of evidence which shows it can reduce smoking relating harm and yet despite that, more than half of hospitals across the UK ban vaping on their grounds. It’s time we were consistent and gave clear advice to smokers to help combat the misinformation they are all too often bombarded with, about vaping.”
A study commissioned by the UK Vaping Industry Association (UKVIA) and the widest to date into the health, financial and social benefits of vaping, found that vapers make an average saving of £346 a year compared to when they were smoking, which could equate to an annual nationwide saving of almost £1.1bn. Plus, the long term impact of vaping might be unknown, but is “likely to be very small, and is substantially smaller than that the implications of smoking,” according to the RCP. In fact, the available data suggest the risks are unlikely to exceed 5% compared to the risks of smoking cigarettes and the actual figure may even be lower.
Minimal or not, vaping does still have negative effects and healthtech companies tackling smoking are focused on stopping completely, particularly on the behavior change element and fixing the addiction to nicotine as a whole. David Crane is the founder of one such company called Smoke Free, a smoking cessation app that has been downloaded over four million times and argues that vaping still keeps people hooked on nicotine and doesn’t really solve this part of the problem:
Vaping is a great way to stop smoking cigarettes and for that reason alone, its use should be encouraged. However, people still remain addicted to nicotine; a habit which costs a great deal of money to serve and, perhaps most importantly, leaves people feeling dependent on something outside their control. Freedom from nicotine can be achieved with the help of apps that help people form new non-smoking habits. And the confidence boost that comes from gaining mastery over nicotine can have really valuable benefits in many other areas of life.”
Maroof Ahmed, the founder of another smoking cessation company called Quit Genius, is keen to highlight the importance of addressing a change in behavior to stop completely.
There are two sides to addiction: the physical and the psychological. Psychology is often forgotten about but it holds the key to quitting for good as it deals with what’s going on in your mind and the way you think about smoking. Evidence-based behavioral techniques like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which works by identifying negative thoughts and replacing them with positive, more helpful thoughts, is one of the most effective ways to quit smoking and our Quit Genius’ app makes that evidence-based behavioral support easily accessible and cost-effective.”
It seems that the evidence for vaping being a positive step down from smoking is certainly growing and for those that want to go one stage further, there are healthtech companies like Smoke Free and Quit Genius to help stop completely.