Why E-Cigarettes Are A Waste Of Time – and Money

Posted by on 27 Mar, 2014 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are using e-cigarettes to quit smoking then you could be wasting your time – and money. It is likely that they will not help you quit smoking. Here’s why…

E-cigarette addiction:
E-cigarette users usually become addicts of e-cigarettes.

Manufacturers argue that it is the lesser of evils. However there has not been enough research to confirm the long term effects of e-cigarettes. Time will tell whether they are less harmful, and by how much. But…

Wouldn’t it be better if you had no addiction? E-cigarettes still contain poisonous nicotine.

Nicotine:
Nicotine is the major toxic part of cigarettes. Just 40-60mg of nicotine is enough to kill an adult, so don’t be kidded into thinking e-cigarettes are not harmful. You wouldn’t want your 9 year old daughter smoking them would you?

Nicotine is also the major addictive part of cigarettes. E-cigarettes contain just as much nicotine. Therefore…E-CIGARETTES ARE JUST AS ADDICTIVE AS NORMAL CIGARETTES.

Why would you switch to them in order to quit smoking? You are just swapping one addiction for another slightly different one. There are also other problems…

Apathy:
Using e-cigarettes causes apathy, and the e-cigarette companies know it. Users feel like they have quit smoking when in reality they haven’t. This stops many people from trying to quit properly.

E-cigarette companies can continue selling refills for years, as people don’t bother to quit. Retailers don’t care that you don’t quit smoking. In fact it is in their best interests for you to continue using their products for as long as possible.

Do they offer any help or support for you to quit e-cigarettes? No – despite many of them selling e-cigarettes on the basis of them being a tool to help you quit smoking.

Smoke more:
Many users of e-cigarettes actually end up smoking more nicotine. E-cigarettes are not yet banned from being smoked in most public places. This gives users more opportunities to smoke.

Many people hang them round their necks and puff away almost constantly. Without realising it you can smoke more than you did with traditional cigarettes. They can be too convenient to smoke.

Quit smoking all together:
If you are serious about quitting smoking properly, don’t waste your time and money using e-cigarettes. You need to quit smoking, and you need to quit nicotine. Only then will you be truly free.

Using e-cigarettes is just kidding yourself that the problem has gone away. It hasn’t. You still have a nicotine addiction. And it is still just as difficult to quit smoking e-cigarettes as it is normal cigarettes.

Hypnotherapy:
If you need help quitting smoking, then why not try hypnotherapy? Unlike e-cigarette companies, hypnotherapists have no interest in you continuing to smoke. They WANT you to quit smoking forever. It’s good for their reputation, and is likely to encourage you to visit them again for other treatments, such as weight loss or phobias.

Hypnotherapy does not encourage a long drawn out quitting process that many products advocate. Nor does it encourage dependency. Hypnotherapists don’t profit from your continued smoking.

Hypnotherapy aims to quickly reprogram your subconscious mind to reduce cravings for cigarettes. It usually does this in 1-3 sessions. This enables you to stand on your own two feet and fight the smoking addiction yourself. Then you have the best chance of quitting smoking for good.

Jon Rhodes – Hypnobusters

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