Can vaping help you quit smoking?



  • What are your thoughts about it?


  • Soul Searchers Watch Anime Eyes Gamers

    @Emily-Harris heyy technically vaping is still smoking just that it's less harmful and stuff. Anyways, it's my believe that if you're trying to quit smoking,like totally, you'd try reducing gradually how many cigarettes you take daily, stay away from people who smoke, try meditation, keep your mind clean and don't stay around mentally exhausting stuffs or people.

    Is anyone or anything causing you to wanna smoke?? Cut off the bridge the best simple way you can with them or that thing. If it's family the problem, get yourself some headphones and listen to music to forget about them(thats what I personally). You can also get godparents who quit smoking so they help you through the healing process 🙂🙂. And also try church 🙂🙂


  • Hella Assassins

    @Emily-Harrisy grandpa swapped to vaping after years of smoking and now he's quit all together!!! It's because a lot of vape liquids don't have the addictive substances in it. But your body is so used to smoking that you feel like you can't live without it. Then when you vape these ones you get rid of the addictive substances and your body gets used to that and you are able to quit smoking e lot easier because you don't feel like you need it anymore.



  • I know that it can help. I used to smoke for ages and only vape helped me quit. So, it's probably one of the most working ways. I recommend you start with Myle, it's a good option https://gypsyvapes.com/salt-nic-eliquids/myle-store-category



  • @Emily-Harris said in Can vaping help you quit smoking?:

    What are your thoughts about it?

    Only a strong will help in quitting smoking



  • Vaping helps you quit smoking no doubt. Add some nicotine gum to increase chance.

    However it doesn't stop you from being addicted to something unhealthy

    Therefore you should start an addiction to healthy things instead or toughen up and suffer withdrawal, commit to quitting, relapse couple of time, feel bad about it, develop a negative perception of addictive 'substances' (most things we do are addictive by nature but its bad when its directly ruining you) and then lower desire to always feeling good every second of the day, then substitute with physically healthy addictive stuff (sports, gym) and mentally healthy addictive stuff (things with delayed satisfaction)

    GL



  • So, it can. I have a lot of examples when a person gave up smoking via vaping. Of course, they didn't save money because they had to buy vape supplies but vaping is much easier to give up than smoking. So, I think that this was the right decision and you should try it.






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