SAH Warns Smokers to Turn to Electronic Cigarettes

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A recent study in Korea discovers that those smoking over 20 cigarettes per day may be as much as three times as likely to suffer a potentially fatal SAH (subarachnoid hemorrhage). Researchers appeal to smokers to turn to electronic cigarettes which are much healthier.

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Electronic cigarettes are much healthier.

A recent study in Korea discovers that those smoking over 20 cigarettes per day may be as much as three times as likely to suffer a potentially fatal SAH (subarachnoid hemorrhage). Researchers appeal to smokers to turn to electronic cigarettes which are much healthier. IECMA (International Electronic Cigarette Manufacturers Association) advises smokers to select big brand-name electronic cigarettes manufactured by large electronic cigarette OEM factories like KIMREE, JSB and JOYETECH.

The study carried out by Seoul National University Hospital shows that heavy smokers may be as much as three times as likely to suffer a potentially fatal SAH (subarachnoid hemorrhage). Heavy smoke here means smoking over 20 cigarettes per day. Therefore, researchers appeal to smokers to quit smoking or turn to electronic cigarettes.

“Electronic Cigarettes aim at providing people a healthier lifestyle. Comparing to traditional cigarettes, electronic cigarettes are nonflammable without no tar, other carcinogenic substance or 4000 chemical substances. But the market is full of counterfeit and shoddy products, smokers should be careful when choosing electronic cigarettes. We generally suggest big brand-name electronic cigarettes manufactured by large electronic cigarette OEM factories like KIMREE.” said James Schneider, the CEO of IECMA.

Andre, Sales Director of KIMREE, said, “Since foundation, KIMREE has been adhering to the principle of ‘quality first’ and offering high-quality products. We really hope more and more smokers recover.”

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