The Psychology of Vaping & Why It Succeeds
It’s safe to say vaping has received some mixed publicity. One week we read an article about how it’s worse than smoking, the next week smoking and vaping have the same impact, and the week after that vaping is the solution for people who want to quit smoking.
This infographic from purple box takes you through why many believe vaping is by far the best way to kick the nicotine addiction. People often try traditional stopping techniques such as nicotine patches, sprays, and chewing gum with some people even try to quit cold turkey– unfortunately, it rarely results in them staying off the cigarettes. Research has shown that only 5% of individuals who use this technique are smoke-free 12 months later. This stat has to call into question if the money people spent on these products are really worth it.
40.8% of individuals who used vaping to help them quit smoking were smoke-free after a year and according to this infographic; much of this seems to relate to the psychology of vaping. For example, vapers can still ‘take a drag’ and see vapor coming from a device. Read about the psychology of vaping in more detail now.
by Steve Barrett