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How do you feel now that you switched to vaping?

Discussion in 'Vaping General Chat' started by ChrisA, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. ChrisA

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    How do you guys feel now that you stopped smoking cigs? After a few days only, without lighting one up, I could breathe in much easier. I also lost that bad taste in my mouth, which seemed to hang around all the time. Another thing I`ve noticed, is, that I can smell things much better. Like if I let something cook in the kitchen, I could smell it from my living room. No more smoke polluting the entire apartment. :D
     
  2. cerebral79

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    I can tell that my heart rate issue has improved, my sense of smell and taste seem better, and I just feel batter overall since I stopped smoking. I don't think I could go back to smoking even if I wanted to, which thankfully I don't lol.
     
  3. ChrisA

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    The same goes for me as well. Cigarettes became something of an exotic threat to me. I smoke 1 or 2 occasionally, but I don`t have the urge to run out and buy a pack anymore. I can definitely recommend e-cigs to just about anyone trying to loose the habit.
     
  4. apike

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    I feel much better since I've made the switch. I can taste things better and smell better. Also, my teeth don't hurt anymore and I don't constantly have a gross taste in my mouth. I can also run upstairs again and go on longer walks. I'm not nearly as tired as I used to be and my hair looks better than it ever did when I was a smoker. I also feel like my skin looks better. I guess you don't really realize just how bad smoking is until you stop. I don't think I'll ever go back. I have no desire to.
     
  5. ChrisA

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    I saw recent studies, which indeed said that smoking causes your skin to age faster. People who smoked for decades and heavily smoked 2-3 packs/day would look much older then people of the same age who did not smoke at all. Only after quitting did I realize how bad cigs were for me and I was so dumb as to even pay daily for them. So good that I quit.
     
  6. dabook

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    I feel so good now that i switched. At first i wasn't even trying to quit cigs..but then out of nowhere I was smoking Vapes, and no more cancer and lung phlem for me! :D
     
  7. cerebral79

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    For me it started out as a desperate attempt to get the heck off smokes but then ended up as a hobby of sorts and when I looked up from my desk where i build coils I realized I hadn't smoked in a few months and now couldn't stand the taste of real smokes.
     
  8. Lithium

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    I feel healthier and a lot more socially acceptable, since my breath doesn't smell bad anymore.
     
  9. Takedon

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    I feel richer. I have managed to save around 70 dollars every month thanks to this wonderful device. I also feel healthier and I don't smell bad anymore because of the smoke.
     
  10. rracz89

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    I am looking forward to not smelling like cigarettes anymore. Although I am a heavy smoker, I don't smell it on myself. My boyfriend quit smoking so he hates when I come to bed smelling like an ashtray. So I am excited to get my sense of smell back. I'm sure a lot of you can also breathe easier.
     
  11. cerebral79

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    It may surprise you how cig smoke actually smells after you have been vaping for a few months, I can smell cig smoke from a "mile away" lol
     
  12. Takedon

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    I think the smell was a big factor. It is the main reason I quit smoking regular cigs and bought an e-cig. Everybody hated that tobacco smell of my mouth and even my clothes!
     
  13. derailed

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    Well, I have to agree that I feel "fancier" that before. E-cig smoke is not that annoying as cigarette smoke, and now I can talk to my non-smoker friends without any problems. Not to mention that is has a better flavor than cigarettes, and also my throat doesn't hurt that much anymore.
     
  14. Takedon

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    I also feel fresh. I've never been healthier. What a time to be alive! You can smoke, yet stay alive and have normal lungs for more time.
     
  15. TheRiverRunsWild

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    I used to be a cop here in the Philippines and I went on basic recruit training way back in 2003. Back then I was stronger and faster, primarily because I was younger then. Still, I was already a chain smoker then, and while it did not affect me while on training I felt it's effect when I turned 30. Yup, I could no longer run as fast I can. I have trouble breathing specially at night. Also, I found that I get tired easily. When I shifted to vaping a year ago, I felt immediate effects. I can now run longer distances on a much faster phase. I am also able to breath easily and clearly. It does have a drastic effect on one's health.
     
  16. ChrisA

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    Easier breathing was one of the immediate effects on me as well, after I made the switch. Also, I really enjoy the fact that I don`t cough like a mule in the morning and I don`t miss that ball of muck that I coughed up every day at all.
     
  17. Takedon

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    Oh, yes, it's way easier to breathe now. I don't choke at nights and I can also run without running out of breath.
     

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