In this post we continue on and build upon the idea we started in our previous post, which talked about how it has become quite obvious to us in the electronic cigarette industry that there is more happening beneath the surface with the bans on electronic cigarettes and how Big Tobacco seems to be involved in a very subtle way. One of these ways is purporting that electronic cigarettes are tobacco products which, in fact, they aren’t. Why does this play into Big Tobacco’s favor? Well, let’s find out.
In the last few months, the electronic cigarette business has been facing adversity left and right from government bans in different places. Mostly in North America, the majority of the bans aren’t all that bad, regulating electronic cigarette use in much the same way as ordinary tobacco cigarettes. This basically means having to acquire licenses to sell electronic cigarettes in some states, prohibiting their sale to minors, and banning their use in public areas.
Continue the story of how cigarettes contribute to pollution and discover how they can even continue to cause harm to the environment after you have finished using it! Also, find out how you can avoid being part of the problem in the dramatic conclusion to the previous article!
That cigarette smoking is bad for your health is already a well-established fact. You probably also know that smoking is also bad for the health of the people immediately around you while you smoke. But did you know that smoking is also harmful to the health of something infinitely more important? Smoking is also bad for the health of our very own Mother Earth.
Memory problems are a commonly associated side-effect of smoking withdrawal. With your brain receiving less of the chemical it has relied on for years for to maintain its balance, anxiety and restlessness develop that can make it harder for you to concentrate on what you are doing and recall things you have tried to remember.
A recent study conducted in the United Kingdom and presented at the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conferences has, however, shown that using electronic cigarettes, a smoker can get both relief from the symptoms of withdrawal syndrome and help the quitter maintain a working memory.