e Cigs Not What They Seem

There are a number of terms to describe electronic cigarettes such as vaping or juicing. But it is clear that there is not just one word that we all use.

Cigarette in any dictionary is described as chopped tobacco in a thin rolled piece of paper. So it seems a bit strange to call vaping as an electronic one.

One point that is clear, is that this phenomena is growing in popularity. It comes about at a time where tobacco is already a declining business in the UK. Since the turn of this millennium, the number of adults that smoke has nearly halved.

Furthermore, the biggest drop in numbers is amongst younger adults. Some people suggest that with all of the recent legislation and general feeling that smoking is antisocial, that tobacco will cease to be sold within the next ten years.

At the last count it is estimated that little more than 15% of the adult population in the UK smoke tobacco regularly. The same survey reckons another 5% are users of e-cigs.

Considering that this alternative has only really been around in the last couple of decades, that’s a remarkable number.


There are thousands of e cig juice, vape juice flavours to choose from and with an ever growing selection of different devices to use, it’s clearly a booming business.

The UK is now second only to Sweden as the lowest users of tobacco amongst adults in thirty European and Scandinavian countries. So there is a definite swing that is beginning to reflect numbers entering hospital with tobacco related diseases.

The single biggest reason smokers start on electronic cigs is to help them dump the tobacco habit. It’s not intended to encourage non-smokers and is illegal to sell to anyone younger than eighteen.

Not everyone can get to grips with these alternative cigarettes but it’s always worth persevering as they are clearly less harmful to both body and wallet.

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