The harm of nicotine to human body has been debated by the scientific community. Now it is generally believed that besides addiction, nicotine poses little threat to health. Therefore, it is more reasonable to focus on the issue of "teenagers smoking".
E-cigarettes in packaging are willing to use teenagers preferred fruit, cartoon characters and other images as propaganda. This has attracted the attention of the tobacco control authorities, who believe it will attract more teenagers to try tobacco products and eventually become addicted to nicotine.
The latest research shows that this fear is not superfluous.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 12% of American adults have at least tried electronic cigarettes, which increases the likelihood of teenagers trying cigarettes. These teenagers may try to use electronic cigarettes because of their fashion and novelty. This is indeed unfortunate news.
The popularity of electronic cigarettes originates from people's pursuit of healthy lifestyle and natural curiosity about new things and novel tastes in social development. However, nicotine addiction is in the death limit of these two consumption demands. This is also the fundamental consumer motivation for e-cigarette products.
This study shows that even electronic cigarettes containing nicotine are much better than ordinary cigarettes. Using such electronic cigarettes instead of cigarettes to ingest nicotine can effectively improve the periodontal disease of smokers. After some smokers switched to electronic cigarettes, their lung function and respiratory system also improved significantly.
For a long time, there has been a misunderstanding in media propaganda, leading consumers to pay too much attention to the existence of "nicotine" and ignore the real killers in cigarettes - "tar" and "carbon monoxide".
If "old smoke guns" can use electronic cigarettes without tar and carbon monoxide instead of ordinary cigarettes, it is a good thing for themselves and their families. Never smokers should avoid using nicotine-containing e-cigarettes because nicotine can easily lead to addiction.
Cigarettes kill about 100,000 people worldwide every year, when we can't make decisions for smokers to throw away cigarettes. It is undoubtedly a good thing to help people who are troubled by smoking addiction in a more gentle way.
However, the bad phenomena such as "teenager smoking" derived from this good deed need the support and efforts of all works of life, and more importantly, the self-discipline of the practitioners themselves.