5 Alarming Facts About E-cigarettes You Need To Know(2020 update)

A surge in electronic cigarettes has spurred in recent years. Many people regard them as a smoking cessation tool. However, are they really risk-free and safer than tobacco products? Before you start using e-cigarettes to kick a smoking habit or for other reasons, you’d better read the following facts carefully.


1. E-cigarettes History: There Are Four Generations of Vaping Devices

 

Invented as a safer and cleaner way to inhale nicotine as a tobacco cessation resource, the first generation of vaping devices has almost the same appearance as traditional cigarettes. But they had a shorter battery life than later devices.

The second generation are well-known as vaporizer pens(or vape pens), which are as slim as a pen and can be disposable or rechargeable.

The third generation are MODS or mechanically modified nicotine delivery systems. These are usually larger, have a long-lasting battery life, and can give the user more nicotine than the previous generations could.

The fourth generation are vaping device in small size, just like a USB, and it even can deliver a larger amount of nicotine than any of the previous generations.

2. The Health Risk of E-cigarettes You Cannot Ignore

 

Dating back to March in 2019, an outbreak of vaping-related lung illnesses and deaths in the US raised worldwide concerns about vapers’ health. Indeed, according to some reports from health experts, E-cigarettes may lead to negative health consequences on our body, especially on lungs.

When we are vaping, highly addictive nicotine may be inhaled into our lung. It may slow our brain development, affect memory, concentration, learning, self-control, attention, mood, etc., and increase the risk of other types of addiction later in life. What's more, nicotine also is toxic. It raises your blood pressure, increases adrenaline in your system, and causes your heart to beat faster, all of which increase your risk of a heart attack.

3. Aren’t E-cigarettes Safer Than Cigarettes?

 

Regular tobacco cigarettes contain 7,000 chemicals, including nicotine, many of which are addictive and toxic. Compared with the traditional one, there are less nicotine in electronic cigarettes, some of which contain nicotine salt. In this aspect, it seems that vaping is safer than smoking.

However, in order to earn more profits, some e-cigarettes sold on the black market were modified to let vapers more addictive and contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the chemical responsible for most of marijuana's psychological effects. “Vitamin E acetate is a thickening agent often used in THC vaping products, which caused severe lung diseases among vapers who are sick.” identified by CDC(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

4. Ban on E-cigarettes is Re-normalizing Smoking Behaviour

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From now on, several countries including America, Australia, India, etc., have limited access to e-cigarette products and issued flavour bans due to the concern over the spread of vaping-related lung illnesses and deaths and the epidemic of teen vaping in the US.

Nevertheless, there is worry among scientists that, amid the misleading reports and information, vapers are returning to tobacco cigarettes in the mistaken belief that they are safer.

Evidence from University College London shows a recent dip in the numbers using vapes to quit. Instead, they pick the traditional cigarettes again which dramatically elevate the risk of their health.

Ann McNeill, professor of tobacco addiction at King’s College London, warned: "We need to be careful that, when we hear these stories from the US we don’t deter people from using e-cigarettes. Tobacco is so uniquely harmful."

5.Young Generation is Getting Hooked on E-cigarettes Out of Curiosity

 

Most of us heard public health agencies and anti-vaping organizations claim that flavours are the primary reason teenagers vape for many time. But is that true? The answer is No.

Last week, CDC released a new study from the 2019 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS), which show that flavours are definitely not the main reason young people vape. The top spot belongs to curiosity.

The specific data from the survey:

56.1 percent chose “curiosity” as a reason they tried e-cigarettes, more than double the next most popular reason “friend or family member used them”, account for 23.9 percent. While “They are available in flavours, such as mint, candy, fruit, or chocolate”came in third at 22.3 percent.


6. The Best Vaping Tips for Beginners

Now that you understand the development and risks of vaping and other facts about electronic cigarettes. There still are uncertainty and unknown in this industry. Here are some tips that help you make a more rational decision to take proper and timing control of your health:

a. If you smoke, it’s advised to switch to vaping; if you don't smoke, don't vape! You know, curiosity killed the cat.

b. If you have vaped for a long time and have the symptoms including coughing, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, or d。iarrhoea, fatigue, fever, weight loss, etc., go to hospital , see a doctor and check your body right now!

c. Do not use THC-containing e-cigarette.

d. Do not modify or add any substances to a vaping devicethat are not intended by the legal manufacturer.

e. Newvaping is a legal and guarantee online store, providing quality vaping products(kits, pods, mods, coils, tanks, etc.)

 

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