UK Study Confirms Vaping is the Most Effective Way to Quit Smoking


An update to a previously released report in the UK states that vaping is positively associated with successfully quitting smoking.

The report gives detailed numbers and statistics that prove the effectiveness of vaping over other methods. The figures used in collating the report came from nationally representative survey data. We will take a look at some of the figures presented in the report and show you why it is good news for vapers and those looking to become ex-smokers.

What Does the Report Say?

Unlike other administrations, the UK health service has consistently published guidance that vaping is a safer alternative to smoking. It is promoted via the UK health service, which even states that the risks presented by vaping are fractional compared to smoking. They even include a short video showing the difference between cigarettes and e-cigs

There are several key pieces of information contained within the UK government report. The main upshot of the update is that, according to Public Health England, vaping continues to be one of the most effective ways to stop smoking permanently. Here are some key highlights from the report:

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Jamie G. – VersedVaper – 2021-07-05.

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