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I've been cig free for over a month now using a good quality e-cig/vape unit, tried the small ones and they are awful. However I find that NHS wont support the use of an e-cig.. i have to say i've never felt better, my withdrawl symptoms are basically none (i stopped smoking for 3 months a few years ago using champix and it was a nighmare). Now I'm aware that this is risk reduction but so it the use of nicotine patches/chewing gum etc which i cant use as it brings me out in blisters or mouth ulcers. If you are struggling going down the "Normal" route I would strongly suggest you read up on e-cigs and the pros and cons.. but for me once i'd found a flavour of liquid i enjoyed as much as the taste of a cig i havent looked back. If i can do it so can you.. If you want any info.. links etc let me know..
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