Ok, so it's been 30 days today since I quit smoking analogs, and I have been using my PV's exclusively now. So, what's happened to me in these last 30 days?
For one, I don't have difficulty breathing anymore. Well, I'm 37, so I still get winded trying to catch my 2 year old after a few hours, but that's to be expected. But at least now I can give it a good college try without feeling like I have to sit down and rest after a minute of horseplay with my kids. I've noticed I don't
As an extension of the letter I sent in response to the Today Show and their story on the E-Cigarette, I have sent a letter to Janet Woodcock (Janet.Woodcock@fda.hhs.gov) and Mary Hitch (Mary.Hitch@fda.hhs.gov) of the FDA, as well as several Senators on the HELP Committee. While some of the text is borrowed from my previous letter, I believe it encapsulates my position on why the FDA should have a more even-tempered response to the device. Here is the letter as it was sent:
Iíve just seen your report on electronic cigarettes, and felt compelled to contact you regarding the story.
Iíve been an e-cigarette user for 25 days. For those 25 days, I have not smoked a single tobacco cigarette. Iím breathing a lot better, Iím coughing much less than I ever did since I began smoking at age 18. I just turned 37 two days ago. During the period that I smoked regular tobacco cigarettes, the longest I ever went without lighting up was 2 days. And it was the
Well, my M401 arrived yesterday, my first PV. I was itching to try it, but my juice had not yet arrived, so I was stuck charging the batteries and hoping my juice order would get here soon.
And soon became today. Thankfully, I didn't have to wait long. Now, first day using the M401, and I haven't smoked an analog since 3 this afternoon. It's now 9 in the evening, and this is the longest I've been without a regular cigerette, without being asleep, in forever.
Updated 04-25-2009 at 03:02 AM by Ivisi