I had repeatedly tried to give up cigarettes but always found myself turning back to them in moments of stress. I found the most successful way of cutting out the nicotine completely was by using the drug Champix prescribed by my doctor, but after the end of the course of treatment I found the urge to smoke when under pressure too great to resist. I had tried the early versions of the Electric Cigarettes in the past but found them to be of little if any use. However, on recommendation from a friend I purchased one of the more advanced vaping machines and a stronger strength nicotine liquid, and I have now been ciggy free for three months and my health, the ability to taste, sense of smell have all improved, as well as not stinking like an old ashtray .... phew did I really smell like that? And I'm not shoving sweets, biscuits or any other high calorie comfort foods into my mouth every five minutes
I know that it is still re-enforcing my dependency upon nicotine but with the current medical research undertaken to date stating that it is 99% safer than inhaling the smoke from burning tobacco leaves I am quite happy to carry on vaping. The liquid comes in varying strengths of nicotine from 24mg down to 0mg so in time I will eventually be able to reduce my nicotine dependency slowly until I am completely nicotine free..
If like me you cant be nicotine free, You can be smoke free, try it you have nothing to loose and plenty to gain.
I just hope those bureaucratic idiots in the EU do not decide to ban the use of ecigs.