Bad Habits While Dieting Inlclude Cigars
So I got in shape, almost a year later, with the help of the Insanity workout coupled with working with a personal trainer at an elite gym here in South Florida. I’m proud of my results, and most importantly, want them to last a long time. For starters, it was important I changed my diet. Okay – Check. That’s been done and my bad eating habits have been changed for the better. Now, it’s time to get rid of other habits.
Smoking was a habit that just got out of control. It is a terrible habit that can affect you long after you smoke the cigarette. Of course, tobacco addictions are strong and one can develop cancer of the mouth and lungs due to this deadly substance.
But what about cigars? Are they bad for overall health?
Sure they are. Here is why. I did some research on the topic and it turns out cigars are pretty bad for you. If you inhale a cigar at the same clip you would inhale a traditional tobacco cigarette you have the same odds of suffering the same side effects! I didn’t know this but thanks to some research I was able to track it down. Nicotine addiction, periodontal health problems, tooth loss, and some types of cancer are some of the many health risks associated with cigar smoking. Many of the cancers that are associated with cigar smoking are very tough to cure – the numbers are against curing them and the survival rates are very slim these days.
While I do enjoy the occasional cigar, it’s been a long thought of mine to look into electronic cigarette smoking. Some brands make electronic cigars, but after reading some of the electronic cigarette review websites out there I am convinced the zero nicotine cigs that are made these days will probably suffice. You can now get a full flavor tobacco taste in the vapor smoking devices known as e cigarettes. While health studies are incomplete, there is no ash, no odor, and no tar. Amazing.
I’m going to be testing out these devices very soon and will report back my pick as the best electronic cigarette.