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Capture4VapeChemy team has questioned some of their most loyal consumers to find out what are the differences between nicotine cigarette smoking and vaping. The average duration of smoking nicotine cigarettes of all the respondents is 15 years meaning that smokers may contract high blood pressure, atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that the risks for heart attack and stroke rise over the long term. Conversely, these risks drop to normal 15 years after quitting[1]. The respondents are now vaping for 7 years on average and as the most important benefits they regard vaping as less harmful to one’s health, less impact on others, better taste and absence of bad smell. Most of respondents regard vaping as a next step towards quit smoking. The disadvantage of e-liquid vaping is that expenses are almost the same if you use premium e-liquids, so there is less possibility to save on vaping. However, the advantage in this case is the „savings on your health and wellness” as one of the respondents say. Also, for those vapers who have their own family and close friends acknowledge that vaping is a big improvement over the smoking and regard it as a completely different thing when comparing to smoking. Besides, when asked how other people react when seeing them vaping, it is usually a big curiosity and interest in the process itself and the vaping equipment as well. Another change that former smokers have noticed that when passing over to vaping, one’s teeth no longer stain and there is a better sleep at nights. When choosing e-liquids and e-cigarettes, the main things respondents pay attention to are the PG and VG ration, nicotine concentration, origin and the taste profile.

If you are up to quit smoking in a long-term run and start by moving on to vaping, feel free to contact VapeChemy team and ask for an advice to our current consumers because experience sharing and reference check are of a big importance in such a big step towards change, right?

[1] http://www.livestrong.com/article/142400-the-effects-smoking-15-years/