E-cigarettes have been a key source of e-cigarette sales, but some people are using them at home.
One such user, a man named Billige, said he uses e-cigarettes to enjoy his job as a construction worker in Israel, where he works with high concentration of metal detectors and security guards.
“I do this because it helps me to relax,” said Billige.
“It helps me breathe.
It helps me calm down.”
Billige, who works as a maintenance worker for a company that recycles aluminum and stainless steel, said it has been a big success.
He said he likes to vape when he’s relaxing.
“I usually get up at six o’clock in the morning and go to my desk and I vape,” he said.
Billige said he tries to keep his e-cig at a level that’s lower than the level he uses in his job.
“My work area is very small and I usually work in the bathroom.
I don’t want to make noise.
I want to keep it as quiet as possible,” he explained.
Billig said he sometimes even puts his e.cigs in a bowl of water to make sure they won’t burn his lungs.
“The water has a high nicotine content, so you have to be careful with that,” he added.
“This is not a smoke-free environment.”
One of Billige’s colleagues, Eman Shaul, said the e-cigs are also great for helping him control his blood pressure.
“The vapor makes me feel more relaxed.
I can relax my body,” he told The Jerusalem Times.
“For a while I had to work more hours and now I don,t have to.”
The Jerusalem Post reached out to several Israeli e-commerce companies, including one called Vapor, for comment, but did not receive a response at time of publication.
Vapor, which also sells e-liquid, said its products were created with an open mind.
“We take into account the needs of the consumer and the environment,” the company said in a statement.
“In addition to our unique product, we believe that vapor products should also be a part of the environment.”