iBreathe Ltd

E-Cigs 95% Less Harmful Than Tobacco Cigs and Could Be Recommended by Health Professionals, Ibreathe Comments


Oldham, Manchester -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2015 -- According to a report compiled by Public Health England, e-cigarettes have been evaluated as 95% less harmful than tobacco cigarettes and could be available on prescription, as their benefits to help people give up smoking are increasingly recognised.

E-cigarettes are designed to imitate their tobacco counterparts, but it is water vapour which is inhaled – with the option of a nicotine or non-nicotine base. For those looking to give up smoking, this means they can still get the 'hit' of nicotine they crave, whilst slowly cutting down the amount. Furthermore, an e-cig does not contain the extensive chemicals, tar and tobacco of actual cigarettes. In turn, the statistics accentuating the comparative value of e-cigarettes may not be considered surprising to some.

In actuality, many people have already been using e-cigarettes and been part of the related 'vaping' culture, in order to cut down on smoking. The designs and models of e-cig available allow for the individual to enjoy an experience which closely resembles that of smoking – therefore fulfilling the cravings of routine. A provider of the devices and a range of equipment, recognising the constructive benefit of e-cigs to quit smoking, is iBreathe. They are industry experts and frequent commentators on related news. A spokesperson had this to say:

"We think that the publicity of the news regarding e-cigs as less harmful than conventional cigarettes is very welcome. They are devices which are typically used sensibly and efficiently, even helping people quit lifelong addictions and feel much healthier. Although e-cigs may be available to some on prescription soon, it matters that you are aware of a reputable, high-quality brand so you can obtain them where necessary. At iBreathe we take pride in the efficiency of our e-cigarettes, as well as the range of flavoured e-liquids and accessories we offer."

PR Contact:
Company name: iBreathe Ltd
Tel: 0161 652 3141
Website: www.i-breathe.co.uk
Contact person: Mahmud Ali
Email: info@i-breathe.co.uk
Address: Edelle Business Park
Unit 3, Quebec Street