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E-Cigarette Solution for Parents Who Smoke

Updated on March 3, 2016

Most parents know that smoking is not good for their health and the people around them. The good news is that for those parents who are unable to quit smoking there are many alternatives to keep your family safe. Smoking in front of your children is both harmful and dangerous; surprisingly many parents who smoke don’t know how bad this can be.

Harmful Chemicals

Second hand smoke contains more than 4000 chemicals most of which are harmful to those around you and especially children. The most harmful chemicals contained in second hand smoke include but not limited to carbon monoxide, cyanide and benzene. These chemicals can make your children to suffer from or be susceptible to ear infection, pneumonia and asthma. Babies of smokers are more likely to suffer from sudden infant death syndrome and other respiratory diseases

E-Cigarettes are here now for parents who want to quit smoking but find it hard to do so. Statistics indicate that the use of E-Cigarettes reduces the risks associated to smoking to just 1%. Quitting smoking will not only benefit you as an individual but it will also protect the young ones around you (your children).

Smart parents are now turning to E-Cigarettes and Nicotine Withdrawal Programs as a way to quit smoking and also protect young ones from the elements. E-Cigarettes are not only effective in helping parents to quit smoking but they protect young ones from harmful elements as they emit a vapor solution that dissipates within few seconds. With electronic cigarettes, the smoker is able to refill them with e-liquid nicotine of various strengths, allowing them to slowly step down their nicotine dependence. Eventually completely eliminating their addiction. Nicotine Withdrawal Programs for electronic cigarettes have all the components necessary to slowly step down nicotine dependence.

However, like all nicotine products they should be handled with care, especially in households with children.Many parents should be aware that E-Cigarettes with their bright colored LED battery tips they can look as toys to young children. So proper care is needed when using, disposing or storing e-cigs and their accessories. Storing them in hard to reach places is the best strategy parents can use to prevent young children from reaching them.


  • Store all e-cigarettes and their accessories in hard to reach places to protect children from the elements.
  • Seek medical advice immediately if you suspect nicotine poisoning (Nicotine by the way is classified as poison)
  • Never leave the charger in your car with children as they might look like toys to them.
  • Always leave wall chargers unplugged if they are not in use.
  • Dispose e-cigarettes and their accessories carefully by putting them in resealable plastic bags or even bottles so that they cannot be removed from garbage

Parents should know that smoking affects people around them and especially children. Electronic cigarettes are not only harmless to the smoker but also to those who are around. Parent who smoke at home and are trying to improve the health conditions of their home for their children should consider the electronic cigarette.The benefits not only help them, the smoker, but also those around them, specifically their children.

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      7 years ago

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