Assuming you are an adult smoker who is trying to quit, Juuling can potentially help. But maybe that isn’t the best way to phrase the question – as I’ve written in this ultimate guide to quitting, so can stroking your cat.
So how likely is it that Juuling will help you quit smoking? Is it a good option?
Let’s start by reiterating that Juuling and vaping, in general, is still very new to us. Whilst many people hail it as an effective weapon in the cessation armoury, we haven’t had much time to back this up with science. Well done if you clicked the link I included in the Juul vs vaping vs cigarettes section – that particular paper suggested that vaping isn’t an effective way to quit.
It’s likely that Juuling will help you stop smoking traditional cigarettes – which is fine if you’re quitting because you don’t like the smell. However, if you’re quitting because of the damaging health consequences, we can’t recommend any type of e-cigarette smoking as it can be just as addictive. The fact that you can smoke anywhere and increase the strength of e-liquid suggests that you’re unlikely to cut down simply by switching to vaping.
The debate rages on though. On the other hand, if you control and reduce the strength of the e-liquid you use (thus reducing the nicotine levels) in conjunction with other methods, e-cigarettes could help you achieve total smoking cessation and overcome your addiction.
Quitting smoking is a personal journey which is different for everyone. However, there are certain strategies which have been scientifically proven to help you quit. Some of which are Quite Genius – like Quit Genius. Does that count as a pun? Maybe? Anyway…