The Dangers of Vaporizing

Vaporizing, also known as vaping, is a new trend in the world of electronic cigarettes and is catching on fast. The American Cancer Society estimates that nine out of every ten cancer deaths in the U.S. are attributed to secondhand smoking. It’s also known as chain smoking. Most smokers have discovered that vaporing reduces or eliminates their need to smoke. There are many different brands and flavors available today.


Most vaporizing e-liquids don’t contain nicotine at all. Instead they contain propylene glycol or vegetable oil that passes slowly through the upper lungs and into the stomach, where it sits and absorbs into food. This reduces irritation to the lungs and reduces coughing, which is a common side effect of long-term cigarette smoking. But because the vapors don’t contain nicotine, there are no rush of nicotine into the blood stream and no residue left in the lungs.

Some flavoring enhancers include fruit extracts, herbs and other natural ingredients. But some of these products are simply not considered to be safe. Most plants contain toxic chemicals, so even if you inhale the plant part, most of the chemical will end up back in your body as it exits your lungs. This is why manufacturers of fruit juices, throat lozenges and other “snake oil” products are careful not to use chemicals that are carcinogenic. They can be severely damaging to your respiratory system.

Nicotine is absorbed into the blood stream by way of the skin’s porous barrier. When you first put a cigarette in your mouth, a small amount of nicotine is absorbed into your blood stream immediately. Since there is very little nicotine in a liquid, the amount that goes into your lungs is minimal. The amount that your lungs absorb is more due to the additives and preservatives included in the liquid itself. Nicotine is absorbed through the lining of the bronchial tubes. Once the lining of the bronchial tubes absorbs the nicotine, it will then go on to transfer it to your bloodstream.

If you take oral medications that act as a poison, the same is true for the liquids that you inhale through vapor form. Because there is not enough nicotine to actually kill you when you inhale it, the dosage is very low. Even if it is not lethal, the medication is highly addictive and very difficult to get off of the body. Some people have become addicted to liquids, which are in their minds much more dangerous than they actually are. That is why you need to be extremely careful when choosing which liquids to inhale.

Inhaling e-liquids through your lungs will also create a dependency on them. Nicotine will bind with the proteins and cells that are located in your brain. Once it takes over the proteins and cells, your brain is no longer able to function properly. The brain will function improperly because it does not receive the nutrients that it needs, and without the proper nutrients, it begins to feel very unwell.

Because it has such a strong addictive effect, it is recommended that you avoid the use of any liquid that has a high level of sugar in it. The reason why it is so dangerous to use nicotine patches is because they work by providing the brain with a reward system. When your brain receives a reward, it causes your body to crave the product the patch provides. However, if the reward is not enough, your brain is left craving more of the same product to get that “reward”. As you continue to use the patch, this pattern of cravings will continue, and eventually, you will develop a dependency on the product.

Fortunately, there are many e-liquids available that do not contain nicotine. These products are battery-powered, meaning that they run on batteries, and have their own rechargeable power source. They offer a way to still get your fix, and without the highly addictive nature of cigarettes.

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