Steps to a smoother transition
There are different approaches to successfully transition to Vaping from Smoking. Below you will find two strategies which we can recommend to follow from day one. These are just suggestions based on personal experiences and experiences with customers for the last four years. Please be aware we are not providing medical advice and the results have not been scientifically prove to be effective.
For people who have been smoking for more than ten years or are extremely heavy smokers.
Day One: Vape all day and have 2-3 cigarettes during that first day.
Day two: Vape all day and have 2-3 cigarettes during that first day.
Day three: Vape all day only. Try your best not to touch a cigarette.
Day four: Vape all day and have one cigarette.
As your body does not go through a complete “Cold Turkey” process, your brain and other organs are not registering a shock from the absence of nicotine and other chemicals, but instead, your whole system start to progressively transition from all poisons, toxins and chemicals present in cigarettes to water vapour and nicotine.
By day three: your tastebuds and sense of smell will go back to normal, then you can actually taste the real flavour and smell of cigarettes on day four. As you realise how bad that “one cigarette” tastes and smells compared to vaping, you will feel disgusted and disappointed, then choose to vape instead of smoking.
By day four: without even planning your body gets used to vaping and the new nicotine delivery system.
For people who have been smoking for a shorter period of time (under 10 years) and smoke less than ten cigarettes a day or are socially smokers, we recommend a simpler approach.
Day one: finish the last cigarettes you have left in the packet. The same day, vape from then on as much as you possibly will do as if you were smoking.
By the time your body register the lack of chemicals, your brain have already made the conscious decision to just vape and not to purchase another pack of cigarettes again. You may experience some form of withdrawal, but typically these only last a couple of days. Please keep strong!
After a couple of weeks of 100% vaping, try smoking one cigarette out of curiosity. Most people gets up to the second puff and cannot finish the whole cigarette, putting it aside and getting a higher confidence level about giving up.
By then, you will start to understand that with little effort you can substitute smoking with vaping.
These are only guides to help with your harm reduction plans. This is not medical advice or scientifically proven strategies to quit smoking. The alternatives here described are based on personal experiences and feedback from thousands of customers who successfully made the transition from smoking to vaping.
Please refer to your G.P if you require further advice on quitting or call the quit line in your area.