Vaping has a negative reputation. Although we occasionally hear favorable news regarding the health benefits of electronic cigarettes, they are frequently overshadowed by coverage of fictitious concerns and exaggerated dangers. It's not easy to get information on vaping.
In a recent publication published in the American Journal of Public Health, 15 past presidents of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) argued that vaping's potential positive effect on public health is being overlooked or perverted by powerful interests and lobbying groups.
It's less harmful than smoking
The Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom and Public Health England, as well as the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in the United States, all concur that vaping is less harmful than smoking cigarettes. According to the Public Health England, vaping is “at least 95 percent less harmful.”
Because vaping does not involve combustion, there is no smoke, and smoke is what causes the tar and carbon monoxide that cause the majority of the long-term health problems associated with smoking. Being smoke-free has numerous health benefits, including increased lung and heart function, as well as improved perceptions of smell and taste.
No noxious odors
One of the most significant benefits of vaping is that you, your clothes, your home, and your automobile will no longer smell like a cigarette. The scent of vaping is distinct from that of stale smoke or cigarette butts. Even tobacco-flavored vape pens have no resemblance to the scent of burning tobacco. The scent of vapor is hardly imperceptible to many people. It's possible that you'll receive compliments!