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Quitting Smoking With Electronic Cigarettes: New Study Proves 45% Success Rate

Posted By ESM Daemon On December 1, 2009 @ 9:56 am In Asides, Opinion | No Comments

A Recently Completed Medical Study Conducted in South Africa Shows An Impressive 45% Success Rate When Using Electronic Cigarettes As A Smoking Cessation Tool.

Stamford, CT (PRWEB) November 30, 2009 -- In the first government controlled official study of the electronic cigaretteĀ’s effectiveness as a smoking cessation aid e-cigs show an impressive 45% success rate. The study, conducted in South Africa, consisted of 349 smokers. At the conclusion of the two month study 45% of those participating had successfully quit smoking.

A Smoker Enjoying an Electronic Cigarette. An electronic cigarette is the most effective treatment method on the market for quitting tobacco smoking.

All the doctors that participated in the study agree that electronic cigarettes are a significantly healthier alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes. The study showed that 6% of participating smokers quit within two weeks with an increase to 45% over 8 weeks. Over half of the participants reported increased energy levels and a visual improvement in their appearance.

Quitting Smoking With Electronic Cigarettes: New Study Proves 45% Success Rate [1]

It was a 100% success rate for me!


via: E-Cigarette Forum [2]

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