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Oct,16,2019

  E-cigarettes helped at least 50,000 UK smokers quit in 2017, according to new research from UniversityCollegeLondon. JamieBrown, a researcher at university college London and author of the study, said the UK had struck the right balance between regulating e-cigarettes and promoting them.

According to a report by Public Health England, 1.3m people have now given up smoking altogether as a result of e-cigarettes. In the UK, the success rate of quitting smoking has increased year on year since 2011 as e-cigarette use has increased. The United Kingdom has found a reasonable balance between the regulation and promotion of e-cigarettes. It has implemented controls on marketing. Few non-smokers of any age use e-cigarettes, while millions of smokers are using e-cigarettes to quit or reduce their smoking. The UK wants a tobacco-free society by 2030, and public health officials and politicians want to use e-cigarettes to achieve that goal.

The study, published recently in the journal ADDICTION, analysed the impact of e-cigarettes on smoking cessation activities in the UK between 2006 and 2017, based on a follow-up survey of 50,498 smokers. The study found that smoking cessation rates increased year on year since 2011 as e-cigarette use increased. In 2015, when e-cigarette use began to level off in the UK, the success rate of quitting also began to level off. In 2017, between 50,700 and 69,930 smokers stopped smoking with the help of e-cigarettes.

In the UK, health officials see e-cigarettes as a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes Product, is also an effective means of quitting smoking. Public Health England's latest report At least 1.3 million people have given up vaping altogether, according to the report Dropped my cigarette.

The study also noted a positive correlation between e-cigarette use during quitting and success in quitting. "The UK has struck the right balance between regulating and promoting e-cigarettes," says Emma Beard. "On the one hand, there are controls on marketing, very few non-smokers of any age use e-cigarettes, and millions of smokers are using e-cigarettes to quit or reduce their smoking.

Professor PeterHajek, director of the tobacco dependence research unit at queen Mary university of London, said: "studies have shown that as e-cigarette penetration increases, both the success rate of smokers quitting and the overall rate of quitting have increased, and that people who can't find an effective way to quit are benefiting from e-cigarettes.

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