Recent claims that e cigarettes are more harmful are based on a controlled environment. What should be done to get the truth?
Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2013 -- There have been some recent claims and allegations that e cigarettes are bad and in some cases worse than the tobacco variant. This was as a result of tests done which compared the results for analysis and then compared these to tobacco results. The conclusion was that there are certain chemicals in e cigarettes that make them more dangerous than or as equally dangerous as tobacco.
Yet there hasn’t been a single person who has been documented as having fallen ill due to the effects of e cigarettes and also there has not been a single case of illness caused by secondary smoke from them. Such tests would be done in controlled environments that are not a substitute for the real conditions of the real world. Thus such results on smokeless cigarettes must be carefully considered before being taken for face value.
In reality e cigarettes has been a claimed by many users as a wonderful substitute to conventional smoking and whilst there has not yet been any substantive report about the effects on the smokers as well as on those in the vicinity. As such there is a huge demand for the product based sole on the claims of those that were in need of a remedy but have declared the best e cigarettes as the ultimate solution.
And this has seen a huge swelling in the amount of users of e cigarettes. Of the estimated 43 million smokers in the US about 5.6 million have used an electric cigarette, and both these numbers are expected to grow.
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