10 Things To Consider BEFORE You Start To Smoke E-Cigarettes.
E-cigarettes do work differently.
When you vape, it all happens at a much lower temperature than combustion so it doesn’t release as many toxic chemicals into your body.
However, there are some issues at hand.
E-cigarette usage can still damage your lungs in more ways than one.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The risk for cancer might be lower, but experts agree that the aldehydes and ultrafine particles are the sime.
Over time, the particulates can cause inflammation in the lungs and eventually cause lung disease.
It could also cause smoking-related diseases, like emphyzema and COPD.
That could present long-term damage to the lungs as well, including severe difficulty while breathing. These diseases can also lead to death.
The accepted stance on e-cigarettes is that there is some risk -- but since they haven't been around that long, no one yet knows for sure.
Only time will tell whether e-cigs will prove to be as damaging to your health as regular cigarettes -- but hearing these disturbing facts does not bode well for the outcomes.
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