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Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health, both physically and financially. Although it may seem like a challenge to give up cigarettes, especially if you’ve been smoking for years, it can be done. There are many resources out there that can help, from your friends and family to your family doctor. You can also consider switching to vaping as it is one of the best alternatives to smoking.
Since introduced into the market, it has become one of the most common products that cause serious health-related issues today. Cigarettes can cause diseases such as heart disease, stroke, reduced fertility, and even cancer. Not only that, a smoker’s life expectancy reduces on average by up to 14 years.
The Palm Fit 2.0 is an open pod system that features an upgraded 650mAh battery capacity that can help you stay powered throughout the day. It comes in a unique pocket-sized design and is made of premium stainless steel. The Palm Fit 2.0 is equipped with refillable pods that will allow you to open doors to unlimited vape flavours and nicotine options.
Changes are coming to Australia’s nicotine import laws. A range of new measures intended to support a smoke-free future are coming, but will these new regulations make it easier to stop smoking, or will they come between smokers and the most effective way to quit? We look at the impact Australia’s new nicotine regulations will have on the vaping community and how you can adapt to these new regulations.
Australians find having a criminal record the most unattractive trait in a potential partner - with being a smoker and having bad breath a close second according to new research. The survey also highlighted a number of bad habits that have intensified as a result of the pandemic including nail-biting and workaholism.
The plan that Greg Hunt had to ban the importation of nicotine on the 1st of Jan 2021 has been pushed back yet again all thanks to the Australian vaping community! However, this means that the ban has only been delayed and not dropped.
From the 1st October 2021, the ban of nicotine e-cigarettes and e-liquids will be in place.
Thinking of finding an alternative to cigarettes and wanted to give vaping a try but having a hard time finding the right vaping device? Then keep reading as we review the top 10 E-Cigarettes in Australia to help you find the right one.