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Why is Nicotine Needed When Quitting Smoking?

Why is Nicotine Needed When Quitting Smoking?

Many smokers have been in the habit of smoking more than a pack of cigarettes a day for many years. In other words, they light up more than twenty cigarettes a day. Not only do your expenses add up with each passing day, but the intake of pollutants and nicotine also increases again and again. Sooner or later, for one of the reasons mentioned, many decide to give e-cigarettes a chance. Most people have heard from their environment or the Internet that it is an alternative to smoking, which could be a more sensible option. But many smokers are still sceptical at first; for many, the first attempt at the e-cigarette doesn’t work. The vapour feels different. You don’t get the same sense of satisfaction that you get from smoking. The path inevitably leads back to the cigarette, which is a pity. Very few smokers are aware that there are sky-high differences in vaping and that after a single attempt, it is impossible to say whether vaping is an alternative for you. The nicotine content, for example, has a major influence. Their nicotine needs vary depending on how many cigarettes smokers have previously consumed during the day. If you then start vaping with very low nicotine content, it is quite understandable that the cravings could hardly be satisfied. Accordingly, many ex-smokers report that they quickly improve as soon as they increase their nicotine level. While satisfying the craving for a cigarette, the health of vapers quickly improves noticeably. Blood pressure normalizes, breathing becomes easier, and the smoker’s cough subsides. You quickly feel fitter in general, and activities are easier for you.

Why You Often Need More Nicotine When Vaping

Many ex-smokers will find that when you vape, you need a little more nicotine to get the same satisfaction as you did when you smoked. This is because the substance is absorbed differently when vaping. When smoking, cigarette smoke enters the lungs and is absorbed through them. However, many scientists now believe that when vaping, most of the nicotine is not absorbed into the lungs. Ingestion occurs instead as you inhale the vapour down your throat and throat. It also gives the impression that nicotine is absorbed much more slowly, which could be one of the reasons why e-cigarettes are significantly less addictive than traditional cigarettes. However, this is also why many vapers, especially after their switch, feel the need for a higher dose of nicotine and want to increase the percentage in the e-liquid. A high percentage of vapers vape regularly with a strength of over 2% nicotine in their solution. For some of these, the altitude may be a reason to feel insecure or nervous. Many recommendations and legal regulations also advocate lower strengths, and many feel uncomfortable with mixtures of 2%. In addition, since a change in the guidelines, Germany is only allowed to offer nicotine-containing bases in 10ml with a maximum dosage of 20mg/ml (2.0%). But there are ways to get more out of mixtures with a lower proportion. We explain how this works below.

Increase Nicotine Absorption

You can take two measures if you want to get more out of an e-liquid with the same nicotine strength. You can increase the resistance of the coil. In addition, you can increase the battery’s or rechargeable battery’s performance. We explain how to do this, but first, we want to explain why the trend is towards less nicotine in e-juice.

Vapers use less nicotine

As retailers, we have noticed over the past few years that the trend is clearly towards lower nicotine levels. Many vapers who started with 2.4% nicotine levels eventually used 0.6% or even less. Survey results also show a significant decline. Most likely, modifications to the devices themselves, allowing for better nicotine absorption even at lower levels, also contribute to a drop in demand for extra strong mixes.

This reduces the resistance of the coils

Knowing your e-cigarette, you also know where to find the coil. As part of the tank, this is where the heat that vaporizes the e-liquid and creates the consumable vapour is generated. If you want to generate more vapour and thus convert more nicotine into vapour, the coil’s resistance must be reduced. Resistance is measured in ohms. Coils that produce the most vapour and release the most nicotine are rated at less than one ohm. In this sense, one also speaks of sub-ohm evaporators or sub-ohm vaping.

Increase battery performance

If you want to adjust the battery‘s and rechargeable battery’s performance, you need a model with variable voltage or wattage. It is usually very easy to find the optimal wattage by looking at the operating instructions for the tank or e-cigarette and looking for the wattage specified as optimal. This is usually the way to find the most efficient performance for your tank. However, if you increase the power, you must vary the resistance. If you use high power without reducing resistance, you risk burning the coil. If the resistance is reduced without increasing the power, practically no vapour is produced, or at least significantly less. Power and resistance should always be considered by each other. If you have made both settings accordingly, it can also make sense to increase the airflow in the device. Adding more air to the vapour makes it slightly cooler and more enjoyable to consume. However, it should be noted that airy vaping can be less flavorful.

Different Nicotine Levels

There are e-liquids with widely varying levels of nicotine. We have listed the most common ones here.

0mg/ml nicotine: This content means no nicotine in the e-liquid. Blends without nicotine are usually ordered by people who have already had nicotine withdrawal but still enjoy vaping.

6mg/ml nicotine: Mixtures with 0.6% nicotine are often those with the lowest selectable dose.

12mg/ml nicotine: At the lower end of the spectrum are the 1.2% mixes. It’s a comfortable level for those who would appreciate some nicotine but don’t have too many cravings for it. Also, it is a common blend for those who have previously smoked light cigarettes.

18mg/ml nicotine: For many, a pleasant average when it comes to nicotine: is 1.8%. Many ex-smokers prefer this blend as it has an ideal nicotine delivery with every puff.

20mg/ml nicotine: It contains a comparatively large amount of nicotine, and such mixtures are generally preferred by former chain smokers (more than one pack a day). Here the nicotine level is noticeable, which is why it is easier for many smokers to switch to vaping.

We hope we were able to explain how nicotine affects vaping and how to adjust the nicotine level to best suit your needs. We can be reached here if you have any further questions on the subject or our products.

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