E-Cigarettes Don’t Hurt Your Heart

According to a Greek researching group, electronic cigarettes pose absolutely no threat to your heart or cardiac functions. Though this isn’t anything particularly surprising or groundbreaking to most e-cig users, it’s still a step towards dispelling any remaining bias towards the health benefits of switching to e-cigs.

“Electronic cigarettes are not a healthy habit, but they are a safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes,” said Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos of the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Athens. While this statement comes as no surprise to those who are familiar with the workings of e-cigarettes, the more scientific data that can accurately enforce the benefits of switching to e-cigs the better. Indeed, when looking at the data and seeing how much tobacco smoking raised the participants’ blood pressure and heart rate, it’s hard to imagine how there are still those who are skeptical about electronic cigarettes being a healthier, safer option.

It seems that Greece is pioneering electronic cigarette research. Earlier this year, another study from Greece reported that using e-cigarettes had little to no impact on lung function and health. If they keep things up, perhaps the naysayers will be silenced for good and electronic cigarettes will be acknowledged for what they are: A healthier alternative to tobacco smoking.

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