• Was Quitting Smoking Your New Year’s Resolution?

    Every year we use the spirit of the New Year’s celebration to reflect on the year behind us and make goals and resolutions for the year ahead.  In addition to traditional standards like losing weight and eating better, the desire to quit smoking is frequently at the top of the list.  According to CDC polls, 40% of smokers have tried to quit in the past year and failed.   If kicking the habit is your 2015 new year’s resolution, consider the switch to vaporizing.

    Not only does vaping remove many of the toxins inherent in smoking tobacco cigarettes, it also saves money over the long term.  Since a single tank of liquid contains as much nicotine as a carton of cigarettes and lasts longer, the success rates for smokers trying to quit are far better for those who switch to vaping for their nicotine fix.

    You’re surely tried the patches and the gum and, like most people, found them lacking in satisfaction and nicotine quenching.   But consistently, time and time again, smokers who discover vaping find that they can fully satiate their nicotine cravings and the act of holding the vape pen and inhaling the vapor is similar enough to smoking that it satisfies the oral and somatic urges as well. 

    We all have goals for 2015.  Some of us want to be fitter, some of us want to make more money, and some just want to kick the smoking habit once and for all.   Come in and see how vaping can give you the chance to throw the pack away for good.



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