A large number of people around the world is moving towards using the e-cigarettes and it has raised a concern about the effect of vapes on the health of smokers. Vapes aren’t around the world for a long time so there is not much information about their effect on health.
E-Cigarettes don’t have many eyes on the ingredients used in the vapes or their batteries which sometimes but rarely explodes. Vaping definitely affects the non-smokers and minors which will lead to heart and lung problems, as well as the addiction of Nicotine which might after some time lead to the combustible cigarettes.
A new report published by the journal JAMA Network Open briefs a lot about the use and effects of e-Cigarettes. The report claims that the number of people who thought e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes dropped between 2012 and 2017, but in the other survey the numbers were high as some believed that e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular ones.
And while few adults thought e-cigarettes were more harmful than cigarettes in 2017 4.3 percent in one study and 9.9 percent in the other which is still a big increase from the 1.3 percent and 2.8 percent who thought that in 2012.
A new investigation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA) says that they have found 193 cases of strange lung disease between June 28th to August 23rd that looks like to be connected with vaping or e-cigarette use.
The first death has been recorded with an unknown lung disease which is linked to vaping.
In some cases, these people said that they used tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-containing products which are found in Marijuana so basically people are vaping weed products.
“Some people believe e-cigarettes are bad and on the other hand some people say that e-cigarettes are the second coming of Christ”.
There is still no real information regarding this issue but this requires the information to be spread about the health problems it could create in a long time.