Cigarettes versus Vaping see how much you could save
By giving up smoking you will be doing one of the best things ever to improve your health, get fitter and live longer.
In addition to improving your body's health you will also be improving the health of your bank balance,
If you need some motivation to give up smoking then use our cost comparison tool to see how much money you can save by switching from smoking to vaping.
If you're an existing vaper, then you can see just how much you are already saving.
For comparison purposes we are assuming a typical packet of 20 cigarettes costs £12.75, a 50g tobacco pouch costs £29.25 and the typical cost of a disposable vape pod is £3.99.
Did You Know
E-cigarettes are far less harmful than smoking cigarettes and can help you quit.
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Quitting smoking is one of the best things you will ever do to improve your health.
When you quit, your lungs get the chance to repair and your breathing will become a lot easier. There are many other benefits too which start almost immediately.
It's never too late to stop smoking.
Did You Know
Stopping smoking not only improves your physical health but also is proven to boost your mental health and wellbeing. Quitting can improve mood, and help relieve stress, anxiety and depression.
What happens when you quit
After 20 minutes - check your pulse rate as it will start to return to normal
After 8 hours - your oxygen levels start to recover and the harmful carbon monoxide level in yoyr blood will have reduced
After 48 hours - all carbon monoxide should have been flushed out of your system and your lungs' health should start to improve
After 72 hours - breathing should feel easier because your bronchial tubes are beginning to relax. You may also notice energy levels improve.
After 2 - 12 weeks - your circulation will have improved
After 3 - 9 months - your lung function should start to improve by around 10% which means coughs, wheezing and breathing problems get better.
After 1 year - Risk of heart attack will have halved compared to that of a smoker
After 10 years - Risk of death from lung cancer halved compared to that of a smoker