What is Vaping
Vaping is the breathing in of a fume made by an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) or another vaping gadget.
E-cigarettes are battery-controlled smoking gadgets. They have cartridges loaded up with a fluid that generally contains nicotine, flavorings, and synthetic compounds. The fluid is warmed into a fume, which the individual breathes in. That is the reason utilizing e-cigarettes is classified as “Vaping.”
There are different kinds of e-cigarettes. But many people use Juul. This e-cigarette looks like a flash drive and can be charged in a laptop’s USB port. It makes less smoke than other e-cigarettes, so some teens use them to vape at home and in school. The Juul pod’s nicotine levels are the same as in a full pack of cigarettes.
What is in vape Liquid?
The vaping liquid (also called e-liquid) typically contains propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine, plus flavors and the option of nicotine.
- Propylene glycol creates a throat sensation similar to smoking.
- A higher ratio of vegetable glycerine gives more vapour.
- Different flavours are added for personal preference. These are regulated under the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
- Nicotine is optional and comes in different levels of strength.
What Happens When You Vape
Both smoking and vaping involve heating a substance and inhaling the resulting fumes. With traditional cigarettes, you inhale smoke from burning tobacco. With vaping, a device (typically a vape pen or a mod — an enhanced vape pen — that may look like a flash drive) heats up a liquid (called vape juice or e-liquid) until it turns into a vapor that you inhale.
“Vaping is a delivery system similar to a nebulizer, which people with asthma or other lung conditions may be familiar with,” says Broderick. “A nebulizer turns liquid medicine into a mist that patients breathe in. It’s a highly effective way of delivering medicine to the lungs.”
What Are the Health Effects of Vaping?
Vaping hasn’t been around long enough for us to know how it affects the body over time. But health experts are reporting serious lung damage in people who vape, including some deaths.
- Dry Mouth and throat
- Shortness of breath
- Mouth and throat irritation
Some people use e-cigarettes to vape marijuana, THC oil, and other dangerous chemicals. Besides irritating the lungs, these drugs also affect how someone thinks, acts, and feels.
How does vaping make you feel
The more you vape, the more your brain and body get used to having nicotine, and the harder it is to go without it. When you go without vaping, the nicotine level in your bloodstream drops, which may cause unpleasant feelings, physical symptoms, and strongly urges to vape. This is nicotine addiction.
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