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Let’s say you smoke 20 cigarettes a day at a cost of $7 then you will be paying;

  • $62 per week
  • $280 per month
  • $3360 per year

The average salary in the US is $24,000. Think again, you are now earning $1950. What else could you spend that money on? Bills, a new car, Christmas presents, clothes, money for your when your children get older, or maybe a long overdue holiday? So many possibilities! With cigarettes prices constantly rising in the US who knows how much you will be paying in 5 years…

We know it’s hard to quit smoking overnight, but luckily the transition has become so much easier with e-cigarettes, a much cheaper and healthier alternative which have replaced nicotine patches and gum to become the most popular choice of quitting smoking

A 20 a day smoker will spend over $62 a week on cigarettes. An average e-cigarettes smoker, however, will spend $8 a week. Already you can see the difference. It’s a saving of over $2000 a year. Even if you spend double, or even triple as an e-cigarette smoker, the savings are immense. 9 million of the US have now made the full- time switch and smoke e-cigarettes regularly. If not for your health, do it for your hard earned money. The incentive to switch is staring at you right in the face.

So how do e-cigarettes work?

  1. E-cigarettes can be turned on manually or activated once you inhale, where the filtration one on a cigarette would be.
  2. A heating coil inside he atomiser heats liquid nicotine contained in a cartridge.
  3. This mixture becomes vapour instead of smoke and is inhaled. The LED light on most e-cigarettes simulate the glow of the end of a regular cigarette.

On the gov.uk website, an expert review of the latest evidence concluded that e- cigarettes are about 95% safer than smoked tobacco and they can help smokers to quit.

Tobacco related health care costs in the US totals $133 Billion. Next to France 16.6 Billion and the UK $9.5 Billion its clear to see the negative impact smoking not only has on our pockets, but also the nation’s infrastructure. Think about how much 133 Billion could help to contribute to transportation, education, public safety and rural development. The average price of a packet of cigarettes is $6.36 to yourself, but the health related price is estimated at $35 per packet.

We all know the fundamental dangers of smoking, but people often don’t consider the huge financial impact that stopping smoking can have on their lives and their towns healthcare institutions. Quitting smoking is not easy but it can be done with the help of e-cigarettes.

Article by E Cig reviews.

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