An expert on addiction has explained that there's a best day of the week to quit vaping if you want to kick the habit for good.
While plenty of studies show that vaping is less harmful to you than smoking that doesn't make it a harmless or beneficial activity, if you're going to smoke or vape you're better off vaping but it'd be better if you did neither.
Vapes are still full of the addictive substance nicotine which gets people hooked on cigarettes and is harmful to you, but the moment you quit is the moment your body starts improving for the better.
All right, it takes about 20 minutes for the beneficial bits of kicking the habit to kick in but some parts of the recovery will take much longer than that.
And addiction expert, Dr Frank Michalski, has explained that if you're planning on ditching the vapes then you should pick the right spot in the week to give yourself the best chance of making it out of those first few days.
"The best day to quit vaping would be a Wednesday morning, so you quit Tuesday night and you don't vape Wednesday morning," the doctor explained to his followers on TikTok.
"I say that because most nicotine withdrawal peaks somewhere between day three to five, so if you quit Wednesday you're gonna run into your peak nicotine withdrawal symptoms on Saturday and Sunday, days where most people don't work.
"This is good too because it gives you a taste of going to work without your vape and it gives you a taste of experiencing the weekend without your vape."
"Whereas is someone just totally quits on the weekend the chances of them relapsing on Monday are probably higher because they haven't acclimated to going to work or school without a vape product." he continued.
Dr Frank described quitting the vaping habit on Wednesday morning as someone's 'best bet' for kicking the addiction as it could give people a 'clean slate'.
Naturally, the comments to his video were full of vapers saying 'he must mean next Wednesday', 'I'll do it next week' and joking that they were watching 'on Wednesday night soz'.
While others who saw it on a Tuesday night were worried as they realised they were in the perfect position to give the advice a go and would have to decide whether to ditch their vapes or not.
Some who said they worked in restaurants joked that 'I'll never quit' under this method and that 'the weekend is when I'm working the most'.
A day after you quit vaping, your risk of heart disease begins to come down as your blood pressure drops and oxygen levels increase.
It takes a bit of time for the nicotine to get out of your system and symptoms of withdrawal include cravings, trouble sleeping and difficulty concentrating can occur.
After they peak at around the third day, it'll take about a month to get completely clear of the addictive substance.