The Independent: About 900,000 people use electronic cigarettes to quit smoking in the UK
British "Independent" reported: Researchers at the University of London recently released a report said: In 2014 about 84.6 million adults in the United Kingdom smoked, of which 37% of people want to quit smoking this year, this part of people 28.2% chose e-cigarettes as Assisted smoking cessation. That is, a total of about 900,000 people choose to use electronic cigarettes to get rid of the current smoking habits, rather than choose the way of assisting drugs and behavioral therapy.
The study also showed that smoking cessation using electronic cigarettes had a 50% higher success rate than traditional nicotine chewable tablets or patches. In addition, according to the data published in the British science magazine Addiction (addiction), the overall effect of using electronic cigarettes shows that the proportion of people quitting smoking has risen by 5% -7.5% as a whole and the overall number has reached about 22,000. "The new technology of electronic cigarettes has a significant role in quitting smoking." Professor Robert West, who led the research team, said: "Although there are not many people claiming much of the e-cigarette organizations,
Although not involved in the study, Professor Peter Hajek, a leader of the Tobacco Dependence Research Unit at Queen Mary University of London, said that e-cigarette devices can effectively reduce smoking rates and smoking-related effects mortality rate.
Professor Peter Hajek also said: "Unfortunately, many smoking cessation service agencies do not provide e-cigarettes now, and if these service providers can combine e-cigarettes with behavioral treatment, I believe more and more people will quit smoking successfully."
The study, sponsored by the Department of Health and Cancer Research UK, is called the Smoking Toolkit Study and is due to be collected by the University of London beginning in the second quarter of 2011. The same data released by the Office for National Statistics-ONS shows that 2.2 million people in the United Kingdom use e-cigarettes. Combined with the above data we can see that more than half of people use e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool, 22% of people think e-cigarettes are healthier than cigarettes. Another 9% of people think that e-cigarettes are more economical, and 9% of people because the room is not banned, so choose e-cigarettes.
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