E-cigarettes are a choice. Dr. Mayer has released this statement informing physicians about the health aspects of e-cigarettes.
“Plasma levels of toxic substances…substantially decrease” and are “identical to the levels of non-smokers…”
“From a medical point of view, individuals who switched from smoking to the consumption of e-cigarettes have to be classified as non-smokers.”
Dr. Mayer’s document is found here:
To reduce the risks of smoking, physicians need proper information to rely on and relay to their patients. E-cigarettes are another way to reduce or eliminate smoking.
The worldwide claim of professionals “not knowing” the risks of e-cigarettes has come to a close.
There’s no reason for physicians to dismiss e-cigarettes or less harm to patients.
Public Health England
Of 560 physicians surveyed, over 70% “indicated that e-cigs can help patients reduce or eliminate smoking” and “almost half believe they can reduce risk”:
Dr. Cranfield explains the health effects of users over three years.
Users showed a 96% reduction in adverse health problems by users of three or more years. Conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and asthma improved by 61.8%
Conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and asthma improved by 61.8% of those diagnosed with those health issues while they smoked.
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