E-cigarettes increase your nicotine addiction.
E-cigarettes increase your nicotine addiction. Robyne Cuerel

E-cigarettes increase your nicotine addiction

DO YOU smoke e-cigarettes to help beat your addiction to cigarettes?

Well a new Harvard School of Public Health study says you're shooting yourself in the foot because e-cigs make you more dependant on nicotine.

Pyrazine additives in low tar and e-cigarettes may be reinforcing the addictive qualities of nicotine, and should be strictly regulated, concludes research published in the journal Tobacco Control.

Evidence suggests pyrazines have sensory and pharmacological effects which act independently of, and in tandem with, nicotine.

The tobacco industry developed pyrazine to make low tar ('light') cigarettes taste richer and smoother.

What are your experiences with e-cigarettes? Take the poll and leave a comment bellow.

Do you use e-cigarettes and do you feel they have increased your nicotine addiction?

This poll ended on 12 June 2016.

Current Results

I use e-cigarettes and they have not increased my nicotine adiction.

79%

I feel I have become hooked on nicotine products since I started smoking e-cigarettes.

1%

I smoke e-cigarettes because they are the best alternative.

19%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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