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The first country in the world! UK designates e-cigarettes as medical products Orders paid to people who want to quit smoking

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The first country in the world! UK designates e-cigarettesy ั 8as medical products Orders paid to people who want to quit smoking
On October 29, the British Ministry of Health authorized the National Health Service (NHS) to designate medically licensed e-cigarettes to people who want to quit smoking in the UK. E-cigarettes must be approved by drug and health regulators before e-cigarettes can be prescribed.

from the aforementioned announcement It could be said that the UK became the first country in the world to designate e-cigarettes as a medical product. This has been very controversial over the years. whether to use electronic cigarettes for this purpose or not

Although e-cigarettes are still a risk But it's less dangerous than regular cigarettes. because it does not produce bitumen or produce carbon monoxide. These are two of the most dangerous components in cigarette smoke. The liquid used in e-cigarettes is heated to be inhaled. There are some potentially harmful chemicals found in cigarette smoke. However, medically licensed e-cigarettes are subject to more stringent safety checks than commercial sales.


in the UK E-cigarettes are the most popular aid among people trying to quit smoking. More than a quarter of smokers are turning to e-cigarettes in lieu of nicotine replacement therapies such as patches or gum. However, prescribing e-cigarettes are still being used only in the pilot program. no prescription yet

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