That’s the conclusion by a group of researchers at the London University.
The nicotine e-cigarette … improved working memory performance compared with placebo at the longer interference intervals.
Source: Science Direct
We actually predicted that electronic cigarettes would help the brain work more efficiently back in March 2011 – see Are you smarter when you vape? (See how good my memory is!)
And, when we asked vapers, they agreed with us:
The researchers also found that e-cigarettes reduced nicotine cravings, although more so in men than in women.
Do they reduce your nicotine cravings?