ETS – Environmental Tobacco Smoke is second-hand smoke or smoke in the environment and is a combination of smoke that is emitted by cigars, cigarettes or pipes as well as the smoke which is exhaled by people that smoke. As a result ETS (Environmental Tobacco Smoke) is inhaled and is extremely dangerous to babies, toddlers, children as well as other individuals that do not smoke.

Furthermore, any smoke does not easily disperse and can and will remain for hours after cigarettes, pipes or cigar, have been put out. ETS can and will cause numerous diseases that are harmful to the lungs as well as other parts of the body. Some of these ailments include cancer, asthma as well as other diseases that affect the human body. Whether the exposure to smoke is long-term or short-term, it can and will still prove to be extremely harmful. That is why smoking an ecig is the way forward especially if you have no intention of giving up smoking anytime soon.

Second hand smoking is dangerous on all levels, and can damage the lining of blood vessels, can cause blood clotting, cause your blood platelets to stick together, reduce the flow to and from the heart, could reduce the rhythm of your heart beat and other factors that can and will increase the risk of a heart attack.

Mothers who give up smoking during the gestation period will often revert to smoking after the birth of their babies, but this could affect the infant as well as the milk of mothers that breast feed their babies.

If you have no intention of giving up your morning, afternoon or evening smoke – think of those around you and switch to ECigs instead which is the smokeless way forward in smoking, ensuring the air remains smokeless.

You No Longer Need To Worry About Secondary Smoke When Smoking an E-Cig.

2 thoughts on “Goodbye secondary cigarette smoke

  1. Ashveer Seegobin

    Greetings
    I was told that ecigs cause water in the lungs if smoked often. Is that true or false.

    • Hi there

      Have a look at our FAQ section!

      Thanks

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