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Switching From Smoking to Vaping Does Reduce Your Carcinogens

A new study in the U.K. reports that electronic cigarettes are safer than tobacco cigarettes, if you’re looking at toxins and carcinogens, according to New Scientist, which commented that one chemical heavily linked to lung cancer was 97.5 percent lower in former smokers who now vape.

While for me this study is more intriguing than encouraging, the fact is e-cigarettes are not a “safe” alternative to smoking. If you’re using e-cigarettes, there’s a chance you’re doing so to reduce your addiction to tobacco. However, e-cigarettes come with their own set of dangers, such as artificial flavors as well as nicotine — an addictive substance all on its own.

It’s also interesting that the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force does not recommend using e-cigarettes as a method of quitting smoking: No matter how it’s delivered, nicotine is still addictive. And that’s just what tobacco companies-turned vape companies want from you. They WANT you addicted so they can make money.

The answer, then, is to vow to quit smoking and vaping, both. I believe the secret to stopping is to get healthy first, so you have the strength and health to address your addiction. Begin with a good nutrition plan that includes whole, fresh, organic foods. Develop a well-rounded exercise program with strength training, stretching and high-intensity interval exercises.

And, find a healthy emotional outlet. This can include exercise, meditation or relaxation techniques. I also recommend incorporating the Emotional Freedom Techniques, a type of psychological acupressure that can remove negative feelings, reduce food cravings and help you implement positive goals.
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