Cigarette smoking was once viewed as fashionable and trendy. Everyone was doing it, including many role models and popular TV and movie actors. It was quite common to see iconic actors like Humphrey Bogart or John Wayne light up both on and off-camera.
Today, it has become more of a social stigma than ever before. Not only is it no longer viewed as a "cool" thing to do, but often, a smoker may be looked down upon, shunned and viewed as a bad person.
Business was once conducted through smoke filled rooms. College and high school students would stand proudly smoking around the halls and campus. Now, with cigarette bans and various views people have of cigarettes, one can barely feel comfortable doing it without people staring, and rolling their eyes at them for their "annoyance."
Although the acceptance of cigarette smoking is rapidly declining, the CDC says there are still an estimated 42.1 million people in the United States that continue to smoke, or 18.1% of the adult population.
One of the biggest reasons for the shift in views is that we've become more educated on the negative consequences of smoking. For example, if my parents had known the effects of second hand smoke, I don't think my dad would have exposed his family to two packs of cigarettes a day.
Consider all of the following facts that have been brought to light over the last few decades.
Although there are still a large amount of smokers in the United States, it is on a rapid decline. Many of them have adopted alternatives like the vapor cigarette, which delivers nicotine without the harsh and odorous smoke cigarettes are known for.
If you are interested in considering this alternative, we invite you to give a vapor cigarette from SouthBeach a try.
E-smoking is becoming a much more accepted alternative since you only exhale a vapor that doesn't smell or cling to everything it touches. Around campus, in restaurants and even in the latest movies, you will see others enjoying the benefits of a vapor cigarette.
Why not give one a try? It could be just the alternative you're looking for!
Check out SouthBeach's extensive selection of vapor cigarettes, or browse our blog and knowledge center to learn more today.
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