10 Electronic Cigarette Studies That EVERYONE Should Read

It’s comical to see all these “professional” news sources posting articles and videos that attempt to demonize vaping, and making multiple claims that have been refuted time and time again by scientific studies. These news organizations are either A) Straight up lying or B) Complete and utterly misinformed. That is why it’s ALL of our job to educate as many people as we can about this industry, so people can see the TRUTH.

To continue on the point of talking about “professionals,” here is a video about a doctor stating false claims & lies about electronic cigarettes. Sad thing is… There is a magnitude of studies that prove this doctor wrong.

 

1) Did You Know Vaping Is About 95% Safer Than Smoking Cigarettes?

We are sure you have already heard of this study done by Public Health England. Experts released a study showing that vaping is about 95% safer than smoking cigarettes. They also mentioned that 76,000 lives could be saved per year, just by convincing smokers to switch to vaping. Also, in case you didn’t know, Public Health England is a government organization. Why is the United States government not conducting the same studies?

 

2) People That Switch To Vaping From Cigarettes Have Seen Major Health Improvements!

Yes, you read that right! A survey was taken by a UK-based online e-cigarette company that investigated e-cigarette use for smoking cessation, changes in health status and symptoms related to smoking. The data collected was analyzed by independent university researchers at the tobaccoharmreduction.org project.

All the respondents previously smoked in this study, 91% had attempted to stop smoking before trying electronic cigarettes.

The results that came from the study were GREAT!

  • 91% had seen major improvements to their personal health.
  • 97% saw reduction/total elimination of smoker’s cough.
  • 84% saw increased ability to exercise.
  • 80% saw increase in smell.
  • 73% saw increase in taste.

We continuously hear great feedback from vaping in regards to personal health from our own customers, forums, and social media. It’s great to see an actual study done.

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3) Vaping Has Reduced Tobacco-Related Death and Diseases

National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) mentioned that vaping “may be the greatest advance in reducing tobacco-attributable illness and death in decades.”

There are about 46 million cigarette smokers in the United States, and an estimated 480,000 deaths per year linked to cigarette smoking. The sad part is… These numbers have been pretty close to the same since 2004.

The NCBI also mentions that electronic cigarettes will likely reduce costs to current tobacco control programming by reducing the need for counseling and drugs.

 

4) Did You Know More Kids Get Poisoned From Toothpaste than E-Liquids?

Check out this report from the American Association of Poison Control Centers. You can see from the report that there are more kids being exposed to poisons from swallowing toothpaste or other cosmetic supplies, compared to e-liquids.

You can also see from the report that the amount of call-ins reported for kids consuming products such as cigarettes, snuff, chewing tobacco, is also higher than E-cigarette related calls.

 

5) Inhaling Vape Is Just About The Same As Breathing Regular Room Air!

A study published on Science Direct used machine-puffing to compare nicotine delivery and relative yields of chemical constituents. After some time of testing, the machines showed that cigarette smoke delivered approximately 1,500 times more harmful and potentially harmful carcinogens compared to vaping or to puffing room air.

 

6) Cigarette Smoke Contains More Than 450 Times The Toxins Than Vapor.

To continue onto the study mentioned above, you can find a study by Tobacco Control that shows vapor contains 450 times fewer carcinogens than cigarette smoke. It also shows that secondhand vapor is not harmful!

 

7) Nicotine Is Not The Problem… The Tobacco is!

Dr. David Dominic found that nicotine can actually be beneficial for your health. It can help improve focus, concentration, motor skills, and even improve short-term memory.

Here’s a few fun facts about nicotine:

  • Nicotine is not classified as a carcinogen (substance capable of causing cancer).
  • Nicotine has a different effect on you when not paired with the tobacco and chemicals in cigarettes.
  • Nicotine may help prevent and/or treat Alzheimer’s dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Schizophrenia and ADHD.

 

8) 10% of Americans Used Electronic Cigarettes to Stop Smoking.

According to the Reuters/lpsos Poll, 10% of U.S adults vape. This study was done between May and June of 2015. The government estimated that only 2.6% of adults used e-cigarettes in 2013.

 

9) If Vaping Is Banned, Youth Smoking Rates Increase!

The Journal of Health Economics shows a study done by Abigail S. Friedman, that found if you ban teens from vaping that the youth smoking rates will increase. When we say teens, we are talking about kids under the age of 18. Friedman found that banning e-cigarettes to teens that range from 12-17 yield a 0.9% increase in smoking.

 

10) Even The FDA Has Their Own Study!

We wrote a detailed article earlier this month all about this study, but to sum it up real quick… The FDA is working with the National Institute of Health’s Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) to get more information about e-cigarettes.

There are going to be a total of 7 waves for this study, and they just finished their first wave. The first wave went pretty well for the vaping industry, and better news is the last wave of testing will not be completed until 2022.

This is pretty promising for the vaping industry, due to the regulations possibly being pushed back while testing is being done.

You can find more information about this study by clicking here.

 

The next time someone tells you a ridiculous claim about e-cigarettes, be sure to share these studies with them. What’s the craziest false claim that you’ve ever heard about electronic cigarettes? Let us know in the comments below!

16 thoughts on “10 Electronic Cigarette Studies That EVERYONE Should Read

  1. tomkrynock says:

    Good information now I can send it to all the people that have been telling me that ‘ vaping is as bad as smoking cigarettes and I keep telling them that they’re wrong but these people won’t listen

    • Aspen Valley Vapes says:

      Definitely! Now you’re armed with 10 studies that provide factual evidence that back up your claims. Vape On 🙂

  2. w2130.ww says:

    I appreciate the opportunity to pass this information on to everyone as I stopped smoking July 25,2024 Thanks to Vaping. I had tried to Quit Cigarettes but never could. I WAS ABLE TO QUIT BY TURNING TO VAPING AND I CAN’T STAND TO SMELL CIGARETTES AND I KNOW I USED TO SMELL LIKE THEM. VAPING DOES NOT HAVE OVER 7000 DEADLY CHEMICALS COMING FOR YOU ALL AT ONCE. DID NOT MEAN TO GET SOME INTENSE IT JUST UPSETS ME THAT THEY PROBABLY WELL NEVER MIND. THANK YOU MY FRIEND. WAYNE

  3. Holly McQuinn says:

    Friends that have a cigarette in their mouth point at me with my vape and say ” vaping is bad for you” my reply when did the report come out that cigarettes are good for you !!!!! I have not coughed since I quit smoking and my doctor is happy I vape. 3 packs a day have not touched a cigarette in 4 years !!!!!!

  4. Andy says:

    The end result will be the control of E-Cigarettes and the government will take over, the FDA will begin the process and the Big Tobacco will finish it. After that, the small vendors will not be able to go on in their business.

    I already see it coming to that. It is a system of control and profit by big business. At this point, vendors and vapers are doing well. It is going to change eventually. I don’t want to see that, but it is inevitable now that Big Tobacco is losing regular cigarette smoking people in large numbers. They want the profits.

  5. Vape says:

    I have smoked cigarettes since I was 17 and was smoking approximately 30 a day I started on e cigarettes ln July and stopped smoking imediately I now use nil tobacco fruit flavours and find it grate

  6. Rob says:

    I was asked by a close friend. Why would I smoke a vaping machine ? (Statement) it will burn out the back of you throat. My response was where on earth did you get that tad of information from? It was on the news a guy burnt out the back of his throat. My answer was if you are stupid enough to vape at full strength and full burn you deserve to damage your throat.

  7. Katie S. says:

    Excellent share! 5/1 I will celebrate my 3 yr Vapersary & overall have never felt better. I smoked 2 pks of menthol analogs for +25 years. I quit that nasty habit completely after my 1st vape. I’ll never turn my back on vaping & get mad dog mean when defending it! Vape on, vape fam!

  8. Dee says:

    I am on my second yr of no tobacco.. I feel great. My health has improved immensely.. The day who ever invented the first vape hit on something very very big!!!. Roll on vaping ..

  9. Larry says:

    From someone who smoke both regular cigarettes and e cigarettes for many years (and now nothing), I can tell you this is all true. Good job.

  10. Melodie Carlisle says:

    I can’t even begin to tell how bad my health had become after smoking for 30 years but, 2 years ago, I quit and started vaping. My lungs have cleared up, smokers cough an gone, and I no longer do breathing treatments 2 times a day. No treatments and no oxygen. My smell has returned and I thank god I found vaping! I have beem smoke free for 2 years now and it would not habe been possible without vaping. I think the proof is in the pudding! Just like everything, thete will be those opposed to it and all we can do is educate the ignorant. Big tobacco will do juat about anythong to keep people smoking. Smokong kills and we should kill smoking.

  11. Gary Rickman says:

    The craziest claim that I’ve heard about vaping is that it causes “popcorn lung”. I’m 61 years old and had a 40 year 2 pack a day cigarette habit. I started vaping about 5 years ago and the cigarettes are gone and I’m vaping zero nicotine now. So it has definitely been good for me.

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