Within the last two years, the act of vaping has gained some outstanding popularity amongst teenagers. In the year 2017, a staggering 2.1 million students in the middle and high school where known to use e-cigarettes. This number almost doubled a year later with over 3.6 million. Although there is an age restriction on the sale of e-cigarettes (>18, >19, >21 depending on which state and/or country you are in), the numbers doesn’t seem to be going down anytime soon. The number of adults estimated by the CDC to be using e-cigarettes in the year 2017 was 7million and climbing.
Lung disease in relation to vaping:
Very little is known to us about how vaping might affect our lungs negatively. We are yet to narrow down how it affects the general population. For example, does it present a problem to individuals with already existing breathing complications such as asthma or to individuals who use marijuana? What age group is more susceptible to its negative effects? Does it eventually leads to lung disease? Etc.
It is safe to say you use vaping at your own risk because very little is known about this new trend. But does it has benefits? Yes it does. Let’s take a look at its benefits
Some benefits of Vaping:
Vaping has some pretty attractive benefits too. Generally a lot of people enjoy this activity. They play around with it in various interesting ways, and in addition to this initial satisfaction that comes with it, there are other benefits associated to vaping. Let us take a look.
Helps individuals to quit smoking
Yes, there have been reports amount smokers claiming it helped in the quitting process. I also see how it could help. With is very synonymous so marijuana thus making it easier to quit smoking while smoking (vaping). The transition is easier to make and may be from vaping to no smoking at all. Nevertheless, the knowledge on how it compares to other methods used to stop smoking such as nicotine patch is still blur. Thus far, vaping is not considered a method used to stop smoking by the FDA.
Vaping has potentials in helping non pregnant smokers above the age of 18 if it is used as a complete replacement for normal cigarettes and other tobacco substituents being smoked across the planet. This point of view is also shared by the CDC. I personally think this is true as very little vaping damages have been reported over the years when compared with regular cigarettes damages caused. Nevertheless, the FDA stand on the fact that vaping is has proven to be unsafe for youths, pregnant women, young adults, and adults who don’t smoke at all.
Balancing the ups and downs of vaping remains an impossible task. One reason for this is because these products are not regulated by the FDA, thus, we are never sure of what is in an e-cigarette. Also there is little or no information about how it impacts our health in a long run.
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