Electronic cigarettes have gained massive popularity in recent years. In particular, they’ve become an increasingly popular tool for quitting smoking. E Cigarette allow you to continue to have the smoking experience, while completely eliminating 4,000+ harmful and addictive substances. You can gradually tone down the strength of your cigarette, while still getting full satisfying puffs.
Here’s how to use electronic cigarettes to quit smoking.
Step 1: Use 18mg or 12mg to Start
The first step is to switch your smoking habit completely over from cigarettes to e-cigarettes. Start with a strong cartridge, as you don’t want any nicotine cravings at all in this process. You want your body to feel just like it’s smoking a real cigarette.
Step 2: Lower the Dosage by 4mg – 6mg
If you’re on the 12mg cigarette, go down to 8mg. If you’re on the 18mg, go down to 12mg. Do this about one month after switching over. You want to give your body a chance to adapt to the electronic cigarette, then lower the nicotine.
Keep smoking at this level of nicotine for 1-2 months.
Step 3: Keep Gradually Lowering the Nicotine Strength
Lower the strength of your cartridges gradually. Don’t make sharp jumps. Give your body time to adjust to the lower nicotine content. Give yourself at least one month between strength changes.
Step 4: Go to 0mg
Keep smoking the electronic cigarettes, but drop your cartridge strength to 0mg. At this level, smoking is completely harmless. Many smokers find that even after their body gets rid of the nicotine addiction, they still want to inhale the cigarette. It’s simply a physical gesture that has positive emotional associations. The 0mg cartridge allows you to keep smoking for enjoyment, without damaging your health.
Follow these steps and in just a few months, you’ll be able to completely quit smoking. Most importantly, the whole process is fun and easy, instead of excruciating an difficult.
Sabyasachi Rakshit is involved in healthcare market research since 2010. He loves to write about various healthcare topics such as herbal medicines, alternative health etc.