Welcome To Vaper Generation
According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoking remains the leading preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States, responsible for an estimated 443,000 deaths each year. And for every one death, there are 20 people living with a smoking-related disease. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are seen by many as a healthy alternative to tobacco smoking.
Vapers (proponents of e-cigarette), including actress Katherine Heigl, say they feel better using the device than they did when they were smoking tobacco cigarettes, and that because the e-cigarette is reusable, it saves them money. Electronic Cigarettes, also known as ecigs or e-cigarettes, are designed to deliver nicotine to the user in the same fashion as a traditional cigarette does.
Many electronic cigarettes are designed to look very much like burn-cigarettes without the need for a match. In place of a flame they hold a battery, a vaporization chamber and a cartridge filled with liquid nicotine. One simply drags on the device like a regular cigarette, and the device heats the liquid and changes it to a nicotine-filled vapor. Inhale to deliver the nicotine to your lungs, and then exhale the vapor. To a passer-by it looks like you're smoking a regular cigarette, but there's no smell, because nothing is burning. Which also means you can vape indoors without violating any health codes.