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Posted by on May 13, 2014 .

When researching how to include vaping into your routine when traveling, it pays to think of the word “respect.” If you think ahead, follow any designated guidelines in place about e-cigs, and honor the feelings of those around you, you’ll be fine.

A business traveler we’ll call Jack says, “If people are having dinner within two feet of you, they might not like the smell of berry vapor, for example. I use e-cigarettes myself, but when I’m having a meal, I don’t want to smell cherry or lemon vapor from others,” Jack laughs.

Electronic cigarettes are still passing the test of public scrutiny, so make sure you don’t tread heavily on...

Posted by on May 07, 2014 .

When using electronic cigarettes, it helps to deal intelligently with your critics. After all, anyone concerned about vaping is really saying to you, “I want to be healthy. “ Or, they are essentially saying: “I want you to avoid being unhealthy.”

 The tension is coming from this person’s concern about wellness. It helps to focus on their concerns in this area.

Until more people are educated about e-cigs, some people will question them. After all, the average person doesn’t have a clue about their component parts or how they work.  Instead of arguing with them, here are some more neutral statements that can be said:

  • “I fully...

Posted by on Feb 25, 2014 .

When you decide to try electronic cigarettes, you may have a few people raise some doubts about your decision.  They may wrinkle their brows when they see your e-cigarette, because they can’t grasp the value of such a device. They may wonder: Is it a step forward to quitting, or is it a crutch to complicate matters?

That’s why you’ve got to think about addressing specific questions and concerns. You don’t want people around you—which will likely be your friends and family members—sabotaging your new plan to quit smoking. Without some degree of their support, you might get tempted to return to smoking tobacco.

Depending on whom...

If you want to quit smoking, it does not matter how long you have been smoking other than the increasing risk to your health given a longer period of time since your habit began.  However, marvelous machine that it is, the human body continues to demonstrate its ability to recover if long-term damage has not been too severe.  It is important that your decision to quit becomes a commitment to endure. 


To expect to quit entirely on your own, without having a support team in your corner to offer encouragement and moral support -- and even an occasional, figurative swift kick to the backside or a...

An ongoing struggle to stop smoking can intensify anyone’s stress. All sorts of emotions ranging from guilty to anger can affect you. If you’re trying to quit smoking cigarettes, you know the power that tobacco has over you. 

It’s difficult to concentrate on work issues, personal goals, and meaningful activities if you’re constantly at the mercy of your cravings. Criticism coming from your doctor, family members, and co-workers can add to your stress as well.

Some of the issues associated with smoking tobacco include:

  • Higher cleaning bills. If you smoke, you know that smoke clings to curtains, window panes, coats, and sofas....

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 .

It is a simultaneously tragic and beneficial fact of life that some of the most costly diseases; both in human life and financial drain, are also the most preventable.  These are primarily diseases of habit and lifestyle whose prevention is a matter of personal choice. 

Numbered among them are cancer and heart disease.  One of the most egregious habitual life styles that are known to have a detrimental causal effect is tobacco smoking.  The habit affects not only the direct smoker but anyone else within range of second-hand smoke.

Smoking, like many other habits is a matter of choice.  While quitting smoking is a matter of...

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 .

We all enjoy daily rituals that make us feel comfortable and relaxed. For example, drinking coffee and smoking traditional cigarettes often go hand in hand. 
Keep in mind that one habit can strongly reinforce the other. If you want to quit tobacco, you will need to consider the power of caffeine in your enticement to light up.
There are psychological reasons for desiring to smoke tobacco and have a cup of coffee simultaneously; however, there are very specific chemical factors involved as well. Changing your daily rituals can help you break your addiction to smoking tobacco. 
Addictions usually involve some type of chemical cravings....

Posted by on Jan 08, 2014 .

Have you ever had a bad day at work that resulted in your smoking nonstop on the way home? Or, have you ever had an argument with someone that led to smoking more than usual? Your increased stress affected how much you wanted to smoke.
By taking a look at your lifestyle and understanding more fully what affects you in a given day, you can break the tobacco addiction a lot faster. Resources such as electronic cigarettes can assist in this goal as well.
Many people crave cigarettes, food, or alcohol when their stress escalates. Stress hormones in the body trigger the craving for body chemistry to change via tobacco.  A couple of...

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