The growing trend for using electronic cigarettes has caused quite a stir among medical experts. Initially, e-cigarettes (also known as “vapes”) were developed by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik as an aid for individuals attempting to quit smoking.
We’ve all heard of hypnosis. We’ve seen the mystical, suited professionals on the adverts who promise to free us from addiction forever. We’ve seen Chandler Bing successfully stop smoking (for at least a few seasons of Friends) just by falling asleep to some tapes calling him a strong, confident woman.
Bacon & eggs. Peanut butter & jelly. Cheese &…everything. There’s no denying it, some things are just better together. Unfortunately, cigarettes and alcohol make a pretty good match too, and that can make things difficult if you’re trying to quit smoking.
Celebrities. The larger than life personalities who we think we know, want to know, and want to get to know. We share their pain, rejoice in their accomplishments, and (viciously) defend their honour if naysayers have a crummy word to say against our idols (we’ve learnt the hard way not to mess with the Beyhive).
In the last year, we’ve helped tens of thousands of people quit smoking – so we know that no two journeys towards smoking cessation are the same. Of course, there are hundreds of tips and trick out there to help your own path to quitting become a success.