How To Use E Cigarettes to Quit Smoking For Good!
Michael Siegel MD, out of Boston University School of Public Health recently completed a smokers study.
The trail involved 222 smokers, who were first time buyers of smokeless E-Cigarettes.
After their initial purchase, the researchers waited 6 months, then contacted the smokers again to see how many of them had dropped the cigarette habit.
The team was astounded to find that a whopping 31% of these smokers had quit using regular cigarettes entirely.
These are extremely impressive numbers when you consider the fact that most smoking programs consider a 10% cessation rate to be a HUGE success.
These electronic cigarette users more that tripled that "HUGE" success rate.
But here's an even more astounding statistic from Siegel's study…
Among smokers who puffed e-cigarettes more than 20 times a day for 6 months, a massive 70% had quit smoking.
You heard me right, that was 70 Percent!
If you've been addicted to these cancer inducing blunts for any amount of time, I'm hoping these facts have placed a great big smile on your face.
Even better, I hope they've motived you to take action and finally quit the habit!
I know for a fact that about 10 percent of the men who contact me complaining of erectile dysfunction, smoke cigarettes every day.
For those of you who don't smoke, this may sound like one of those "Well Duh" moments, but that just proves to me you've never been addicted to nicotine.
More on that in a moment…
An even higher number of the 25 to 35 "Clubbing Crowd" use cigarettes on a regular basis, according to my informal statistics.
And these younger men are often dealing with the exact same erection issues that older, long term smokers are.
The point of this post today isn't to tell any of you that you need to quit smoking.
You already know that!
This post is for those of you who have tried quitting before, but have failed.
Those who've put them down, time and again, and have discovered that smoking really IS more addictive than heroine.
Men who've discovered that tobacco manufacturers really DO add enticing substances to cigarettes that radically increase their addictiveness, making it almost impossible for you to quit.
Due to a court ruling, the FDA will not allow manufactures of these products to make any medical claims.
This means that e-cigarette manufacturers in the U.S. cannot market their products as smoking cessation devices…despite the fact that they are extremely effective at helping people quit this physically destructive habit.
This is an outrage…especially when you consider the fact that these vaporizing products are MUCH safer than actual cigarettes are.
According to Dr. Michael Siegel, who ran the study mentioned above…
If you look at the evidence, these e-cigarettes are a lot safer than regular cigarettes! This is a great public health opportunity," Siegel continues. "You have companies willing to market the product as a smoking-cessation device. But they are wary of doing it because they don't want to run afoul of the FDA.
So does this mean you should lay back and let the FDA do all your thinking for you?
I don't think so!
You can use your own mind, to make your own decisions, about your very own life...and I highly recommend that you exercise that right!
But I do need to mention something before we move on…
If you're not a smoker, don't be stupid enough to think that this is a safe way for you to start up now.
Trust me, even these e-cigs will do you harm if you play around with them long enough.
On the other hand……
If you DO smoke and have NOT been able to quit, you now have a powerful tool at your disposal, you can use to quit this "Life Sucking" habit, permanently!
I'm going to leave you with one final warning…
Your goal should be to give up cigarettes first, and then drop the e-cig habit as soon as possible.
In other words, you don't want to replace one bad habit with another.
In our smokers study, 33 percent of the participants dropped both the regular AND the electronic cigarette habit by the 6 month mark.
I suggest you set this as your MINIMUM goal as you proceed.