No doubt vaping is the best alternative to smoking cigarettes. By making the switch, you have successfully taken one step towards a better health, and of course, a healthy lifestyle. You are on the way to ridding your body of the thousands of toxins and chemicals that have accumulated over time.
However, if you’re just starting off with vaping, you need to do some research.
Here are some useful tips that will help you get the best vaping experience:
Avoid Saving Money On Your First Vaping Setup
One of the most common mistakes smokers make when making the switch is that they tend to go for cheaper vaporisers.
Many of them think that a £100–£150 for a vaping kit is way too much since they are used to spending £10 daily for a pack of cigarettes.
This is not the right way to go. With this approach, you might end up buying an eGO kit with a poor cleartomiser that just won’t come up to your expectations.
You might even be at a higher chance of switching back to cigarettes. Instead, invest upfront and make the most of high end vaporisers which last long and deliver thick, juicy vapours.
Make Sure Vaping Is Allowed
Even though vaping is 95% safer than smoking, you still need to be careful about where you do it. Just like smokers respect non-smokers, as a vaper, it is your responsibility to respect those who don’t vape.
Even though in some parts of the world it is still in process, many have passed legislation dictating vaping and non-vaping zones. If you are not sure, just don’t vape in a place where you wouldn’t smoke.
Keep Your Suppliers Stashed
Welcome to the world of vaping. Here is the first rule of thumb—never leave without a charged battery, a few coils, extra e-liquid. If you are stranded without supplies, you are at a higher chance of smoking again.
Always Be Ready To Experiment
What works for another vaper may not be ideal for you. Don’t let anyone else tell you what to vape; instead be open to experimentation. Start with a good quality kit that allows you to try out different things. Don’t go crazy about sub-ohming. Take your time to get comfortable with a stock setup before you proceed.