Oldham, Manchester -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/30/2016 -- A study has found that an estimated 891,000 smokers took to using an electronic cigarette – rather than prescription medicines or psychological services – in an attempt to quit smoking. The figures, although applicable to 2014, have just been released; henceforth the number of people now expected to be using e cigs to quit is expected to be greater than ever.
The source is based with a group of researchers from University College London who also have drawn attention to the fact that of the 8.46 million smokers in England who tried to give up in 2014 – 28.2% used an e cig to help them. This is a significant percentage which experts anticipate has grown since; highlighting e cigs as an increasingly popular method to quit smoking conventional cigarettes. E cigs have the added advantages of relative affordability and convenience, whilst previous studies suggest that they can be up to 50% effective in helping am individual to stop smoking when compared to other nicotine replacement products.
iBreathe is an e cig provider not only aware of the constructive help the devices can offer, but also part of their popular use to quit smoking. They are frequent commentators on related news and a spokesperson had this to say:
"These recently released statistics suggest that e cigs have played a significant role in helping people stop smoking; and this deserves to be recognised – especially as we enter 2016 and more people want to stop smoking. That is why we are proud to offer a range of equipment at iBreathe."
iBreathe is a provider of electronic cigarettes and e liquids, as well as a range of accessories.
For more information you can visit their website: http://www.i-breathe.co.uk/premium-e-liquids
Company name: iBreathe Ltd
Tel: 0161 652 3141
Contact person: Mahmud Ali
Address: Edelle Business Park
Unit 3, Quebec Street Oldham OL9 6QJ