The answer to that question is not necessarily easy to decide.
As with any drug, the choice is made on the basis of a range of factors, including a patient’s age, the likelihood of success, the potential side effects of the drug, and the quality of the alternative treatment being offered.
For some, e-cigarettes could be a better alternative to tobacco products, but the same can’t be said of the most common alternatives: nicotine patches.
While the two drugs are both effective, the patches are not 100 per cent effective, and they do not provide long-term relief.
Instead, they tend to increase the risk of addiction, the use of which can have long-lasting consequences.
That said, the risk is low compared to tobacco and other forms of addiction and there are also benefits to e-cig products that are less harmful than those available to regular smokers.
The most important factor is not whether you choose a product but whether it offers you the most effective alternative to a conventional product.
If you’re a regular smoker who prefers nicotine patches, for example, the chances are good that you’ll have more trouble quitting smoking than if you choose an alternative product.
And if you’re not sure which alternative is right for you, there are other options out there to consider.
For more information on how to choose the right treatment for your disease, read the guide to choosing the right medicine.
The risk of smoking in e-cigs is low, but it is a risk that must be taken into account.
A study conducted by the University of Michigan found that for every kilogram of nicotine, there was a 1.4-per-cent risk of developing lung cancer.
Smoking is the biggest killer of lung cancer, and while there is no evidence that e-vapor can completely stop this, it may help smokers to stop for a time.
For those who smoke regularly, e.coli, bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are the most serious, but they are not the only lung problems that may be exacerbated by e-liquid.
Nicotine is also a major cause of heart disease, strokes and diabetes.
The health effects of e-juice vary, depending on the brand and whether it is nicotine-free.
Many brands contain artificial sweeteners and can increase the levels of certain nutrients.
A recent study from Australia found that while some brands contained as little as 0.8mg nicotine per litre, others could reach levels as high as 10mg nicotine.
The best brands are ones that do not contain additives and do not require any special precautions.
The amount of nicotine is measured in milligrams (mg), so a 10mg dose is equivalent to a 200mg dose of nicotine.
That means the equivalent dose of the nicotine from an e-coli product would be equivalent to 100mg of the chemical compound.
But it’s important to remember that this is a very small amount of the real nicotine in the product, and some people can have more than one type of nicotine in their system.
There are many ways to get rid of nicotine that do more harm than good.
A lot of people get a rush from nicotine, but for some people, it can actually be very damaging.
This is because the nicotine is released through a process called oxidation, where it decomposes into the more toxic components of tobacco.
This process also causes inflammation and other health problems in the body, which can be particularly damaging to people with chronic obstructives pulmonary disease, such as lung cancer and heart disease.
If someone is using a product to reduce the risk for heart disease and lung cancer or to prevent them from smoking, there is nothing to be gained by using it.
But if you have other health conditions, e the risk from e-smoking is much higher than it is from using nicotine patches or cigarettes.
The nicotine is not absorbed as well, so the body is able to metabolise the compound more quickly, and you get more nicotine per dose.
Nicotine can cause respiratory problems in people with asthma and COPD, or if they are taking antihistamines, anti-nausea medication or other drugs.
It can also make you more prone to developing cardiovascular problems and diabetes, particularly if you take anti-inflammatories.
Nicotine does not have the same effect on your body as tobacco, but if you are using e-liquids, the chemicals released can be toxic.
Nicotine has a low ash content, which means it can cause burns if you apply it to the skin, eyes or other areas.
That’s because the burning sensation is triggered by the chemical compounds that have burned into the skin.
When you apply this substance, the chemical reaction begins and you feel a burning sensation on your skin.
This burns, but eventually it fades and the substance will not harm you.
When your skin burns, you may feel dizzy and have nausea and headaches.
You may also experience blurred vision, nausea and vomiting.
The skin is also more sensitive to the effects of nicotine on the body than