70 Percent of European Vapers Have Quit/Reduced Smoking

More Positive Results From Vaping

Another study carried out in europe shows 70 percent of European vapers have quit or majorly reduced smoking cigarettes thanks to our ecig devices. Not a surprise to us vaping enthusiasts out there, but smokers who still cling to their cigarettes may want to know that many studies, government officials and health action groups are now praising e-cigarettes, at least as an alternative to smoking cigarettes. Even employers are considering more work breaks for vapers, and the NHS and british government agree that vaping is 95% safer than smoking.

70 percent of European vapers have quit

The Study Showing 70 percent of European vapers have quit or reduced

The latest study to take place by Konstantinos Farsalinos and colleagues surveyed 27,640 e-cigarette users from all 28 European Union member nations, revealing information such as;

6.1 million Europeans have quit smoking by switching to vaping.
35.1 percent of current European vapers reported they ceased smoking by switching to vaping.
32.2 percent of current European vapers reported reduced smoking due to vaping with just the odd cigarette here and there.
Just 0.08 percent of those who have ever used tobacco-related products started with e-cigarettes.
Just 1.3 percent of those who have never smoked reported current use of e-cigarettes containing nicotine.
Just 0.09 percent of never-smokers reported they currently use nicotine daily.

So there’s no denying that vaping is still taking off, and in a big way all across Europe. It’s surprising to some vapers out there that many smokers still exist today who havent even tried an ecig, or the bounty of eliquid flavours compared to their stinky ciggie counterpart.

There are also 2.1 million vapers in the UK alone, and this number is steadily rising as numerous smokers are desperate to quit the death sticks and turn to e-cigarettes as a substitute.

Source = NCBI

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