Now that we have assessed our desire to quit and our dependancy on nicotine let’s find out what happens to our body when we stop smoking and start vaping.
20 MINUTES WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
Your blood pressure and heart rate return to normal.
8 HOURS WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
The quantity of carbon monoxide in your blood is halved; cell oxygenation returns to normal.
24 HOURS WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
Your risk of a heart attack is reduced; your lungs start to eliminate the smoke residue and mucus caused by smoking.
48 HOURS WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
Your sense of taste and smell improve. Your nerve endings for taste start to grow again.
72 HOURS WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
You’ll find it easier to breathe; your bronchial tubes start to relax and you’ve got more energy.
2 WEEKS TO 3 MONTHS WITHOUT TOBACCO ?
You won’t cough as much, and you’re not as tired; you’re getting your breath back.
Is vaping less expensive than smoking tobacco ?
Vaping is generally 30 to 70% cheaper than what you would be spending on tobacco. That’s an average figure - it depends, of course, on how much you were smoking to start with. On the basis of smoking 20 cigarettes a day, costing $8 to $11 a pack, the annual cost is between $2,920 and $4,015.00
Here’s the cost for a year of vaping :
$28.00 for your starter kit (a personal vaporizer which can be used for six months)
About $88 for coils to use with this fist vaporizer
$65.00 for a device a bit more efficient (lasting at least 6 months)
$98.00 for coils and various accessories
$1,040.00 for e-liquids (on the basis of 60ml per week)
Thanks to Vaping you save $1,601 - $2,696 a year
Next time what to look for in a starter device / kit