london - The e-cigarette helps smokers to stop smoking better than special chewing gum, pills and patches. This is shown by a British survey conducted among 900 smokers who attempted to stop.
After a year, 18 percent of smokers who stopped using the e-cigarette were still allowed to call themselves ex-smokers. In smokers who used other drugs, only 9. 9 per cent fell into the non-smokers category.