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Published by on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 1:18:00 PM

Smoking - Men Should Excited about e-cigarettes

e-cigarettesAs a hobby, cigarettes and cigars have never quite recovered from the realization of their dangers. Even today, recreational drinking is far more socially acceptable than casual smoking. The risk of cancer is simply too high for many people to swallow. E-cigarettes aim to change all that, by introducing a way to smoke that replicates many of the aesthetic qualities, without the health risk. However, they also have a number of other, much sexier advantages for real smoking enthusiasts and hobbyists. Without further ado, here's why you should consider switching.

1. Your Health

It's obvious, but it should be restated for completeness' sake: cigarettes are dangerous. There is no kind of smoking or chewing that doesn't risk one kind of cancer or another. It's just not worth the risk. That's why so many people try so hard to quit cigarettes, often unsuccessfully. E-cigarettes improve lung function, add years to your life, and increase your overall health. It's hard to put a price on feeling great and being able to breathe freely.

2.Your Wallet

Cigarettes are expensive, and cigars are much worse. One or two per week (or per day) adds up to a frightening total very quickly. E-cigarettes, while the investment is much larger up front, are actually much cheaper to maintain - the fluid, in terms of total smoking time and nicotine intake, is often several times cheaper than your favorite brand of cigarettes.

Think of what you could do with the extra money - be it beer, video games, or paying off your mortgage a little earlier, it's hard to say no to free cash.

3.Your Flow

Smoke breaks are great, but if you smoke a lot, the constant interruptions are annoying - it's hard to justify taking five minutes out of your life every few hours to totally stop what you're doing and go stand around outside. E-cigarette vapor is harmless, and many places allow you to smoke indoors. No more second-hand smoke, no more bad smell, and after-dinner smoking is back on the menu, no matter where you are. There is nothing like a smoke after a steak and a good scotch, out on the town.

4. Your Palette

This is the big one - for all the subtle flavors of cigarettes and cigars and pipe tobacco, they are limited (essentially) by the act of burning the tobacco. Few chemical compounds can survive the harshness of that environment intact, which limits that range of flavors and experiences available from the smoke, and enforces a chemical uniformity upon your cigarettes. Marlboros may taste different from camels or cloves, but none of that measures up to the different kinds of flavors available in an e-cigarette. Every conceivable variation is available, and many of them are absolutely delicious. For a true connoisseur, it's a brave new world, on par with the invention of alcohol. Try one of the mint flavors, and have your breath smell like mouthwash after a smoke - or try something subtler. There's an infinite range of possibility, and you're missing out if you don't at least try it.

Amy Rogan is a professional blogger that discusses health related topics. She writes for Zemo, where you can find the Electronic Cigarette Kits.
Published by IzajAhmed Shaikh.
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I am, Mr. IzajAhmed Shaikh, Computer Professional, and Pro. Blogger, who belongs to Shahabad, Karnataka India. My basic Qualifications are B.Sc., and M.C.M. done from University of Pune, formerly known as, Poona University, also like to write articles based on my personal experiences.