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Side Effects of Vaping

Recent scientific research is uncovering some more serious side effects of vaping.

Side Effects Of Vaping

For example, research conducted at the UNC Center for Environmental Medicine, Asthma, and Lung Biology, shows vaping has the same effect as smoking when it comes to suppressing immune genes.

Exploring all the Negatives of E-Cigs

Before we discuss the vaping side effects, let’s get three important things out of the way first: Political Influence

Most online discussions regarding effects of vaping eventually become polluted with political garbage. Here’s why:

The vaping industry is booming like there’s no tomorrow. According to REJournals.com, The Smoke-Free Alternatives Trade Association (SFATA) predicted that the vaping industry would be worth more than $10 billion by 2017. Bloomberg suggested that in the United States alone there were more than 3,500 vape shops in 2013, and that number surely has grown a lot since then.

It’s a fact that politicians and governments can’t help getting involved wherever there’s big money.

Side effects of vaping are:

  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Cough
  • Dry skin
  • Itchiness
  • Dry eyes
  • Insomnia (mainly a quitting side effect)
  • Nosebleeds
  • Bleeding gums[/listright]

Like any other substance, this is not a complete list of its side effects. On the other hand, it’s true that some users never experience any of these uncomfortable problems.

Side Effects of Vaping – Myth or Fact

It is a fact that when you introduce any substance into the human body to which it is not accustomed, there can be side effects. So, no matter if you inhale, ingest or even just touch certain chemical substances, your body will show certain adverse effects.

E-liquids used for vaping are no different. But hey, even the safest foods we eat can sometimes result in side effects!

E-liquids contain three major components, including a VG/PG base, nicotine, and flavoring. These are either chemicals or substances derived through chemical processes. Therefore, it means that vaping will have certain side effects, which can range from temporarily dry mouth to serious health issues. If there is nicotine in the e-juice, then that also adds another dimension to some of the side effects. Particularly if the user had never smoked cigarettes or had any other exposure to nicotine.

Vaping Side Effects & Research

Although it has a long history, its surge in popularity is a relatively new thing. We are talking about e-cigs and other clever vaporizers. Like other new habit-forming behaviors, such as Internet addiction or tanning dependency, this is a recent subject of research.

Amazingly, you can still find many studies on vaping. A worldwide survey gives more insights on its beneficial and negative effects in people’s minds. Some of the research report the adverse effects in current and former smokers are:

  • Dry mouth
  • Sore mouth
  • Headache
  • Tongue inflammation
  • Black tongue
  • Dizziness

  • Sleepiness
  • Sleeplessness
  • Allergies
  • Chest pain
  • Breathing problems

We can also observe some changes in some users’ emotional state, sexual performance and memory. Another study shows that the short-term effects that vaping has on the lungs are similar to the ones from smoking. Data shows some of the adverse side effects may entirely or partially resolve over time. It depends on various individual factors and the history of use.

Side effects of vaping

Side Effects vs. Body’s Resistance to Accepting Vapor

Most of the side effects are usually temporary and nothing but an initial reaction by the body to vapor. Overall, when your body becomes regular to it, the side effects usually disappear within a few hours or days at most.

Lack of Long-Term Data

We are unaware of the long-term negative effects of vaping on the human body.

Vaping: Chronic Diseases & Data

Negative side effects are a fact, but when you compare it to smoking, the vaporizer seems more harmless. Let’s explore the relation between chronic diseases and vaping. The majority of users with chronic diseases, report improvement in their condition after switching from smoking to vaping. These conditions includes hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and chronic obstructive lung disease. The public health social scientist Gerry Stimson confirms those results.

Vaping: Incidents & Usage

Some of the negative side effects of it may be because of improper usage. Vape explosions are some of the common incidents that can be very dangerous. Therefore, always familiarize yourself with the structure of your vapes and the nicotine levels in them.

Also, never forget that ingesting nicotine can be lethal. That’s why always keep your vaporizers away from kids and pets. If some pure nicotine falls on your skin, do not lick it but wash it off.

How to Minimize the Side Effects of Vaping

Fortunately, you can eliminate most side effects of vaping or at least reduce them by taking simple precautionary measures. Since there can be different reasons for different effects, let’s talk about each of them one by one.

Dry Mouth and Skin Issues

Dehydration due to vaping can cause dry mouth or dry throat, itchy, flaky, and red skin, and several other side effects. Vapor has the nature to attract water molecules from the surroundings, and you will feel it in your mouth.
If you experience any of these issues, drinking plenty of fluids can dramatically minimize the condition. Some of these side effects might be a blessing in disguise, e.g. dry skin in the case of people who have a very oily skin. However, staying hydrated is still essential.


Excessive nicotine intake can cause dizziness. If you’re feeling dizzy, you are probably taking more nicotine than your body can handle. This effect is commonly associated with sub-ohm when large plumes of vapor are entering your body. Luckily, fixing this issue is just a matter of switching to e-liquid with a lower nicotine strength, or vaping at a higher resistance.

Caffeine Sensitivity

Many people who switch to vaping, feel subtle withdrawals and tend to drink more coffee or other caffeinated drinks. Early days of using a vaporizer can cause caffeine sensitivity and result in anxiety and mood swings. Just reduce your intake of caffeine and all these symptoms will quickly dissipate.


As we mentioned earlier, almost all e-juices come with a PG/VG base. Despite being considered “generally safe” by FDA, PG can trigger a few allergies. VG, on the other hand, is derived from vegetables and goes easy on your system. So, if you’re vaping high PG e-liquids and experience allergies, switching to high VG e-liquid can be helpful.

Canker Sores

Canker sores (don’t confuse them with cold sores) are small, shallow blisters inside the mouth; the cause has several reasons such as injury to the mouth, vitamin deficiency, acidic and spicy foods, hormone disorders, stress, and vaping.

However, vapor or e-liquids don’t have anything to do with canker sores, but failure to keep the mouthpiece clean is the issue. Anything you put into your mouth should always be clean, especially the e-cig mouthpiece that tends to accumulate a lot of gunk.

Is secondhand exposure dangerous?

The main difference between smoking and vaping is that there’s no burning of any substances in vaping. Therefore, there’s no combustion. As a consequence, it is not so dangerous to the people around us and the environment. However, studies show that various toxic substances are released during vaping. And that’s why they should implement more legal restrictions.

Secondhand Exposure & Risks

Although there’s no carbon emission in vaping, some researchers believe that secondhand exposure can be harmful. The allergist Chitra Dinakar reports that children are more sensitive to toxic substances. Doing studies that involve exposing someone to dangerous and harmful substances is not ethical. As a result, we cannot report some of the other negative effects of e-cigs.

The truth is that studies have actually found many toxic ingredients in the vapor. Some of them can even cause cancer. Therefore, we need strict restrictions on age and indoor and outdoor areas. We need more studies on the consequences of secondhand exposure. It is especially important concerning pregnant women and people with heart problems.

Vaping & Addiction

Like with any other habit, vaping can lead to addiction. Even pulling your hair as a compulsive need can become an annoying routine. Psychological dependence on vaping also has an effect. Sometimes the habit itself is addictive and can lead to withdrawal symptoms when a habitual vaper is not able to vape. It isn’t always necessary for there to be a drug involved.

With the popularity of vaping in mind, some health charities are concerned that many minors might decide to start. Always educate your children or younger siblings about possible health dangers and risks of addiction. Nicotine can have serious side effects on the developing brain of a teenager. It is definitely best to make sure that a teen never starts vaping at all, but especially if the e-juice contains nicotine.


A lot of research is currently underway to find out more negative side effects of vaping, but it will be a while before we get to see the results. Vaping side effects can be from short-term, minor issues to something so severe that you might have to stop vaping – though the latter is extremely rare. Therefore, we recommend keeping an eye on your health when you switch to vaping and immediately consult your doctor if you notice serious side effects of vaping.

Posted by
Jeffrey Buckley

I was a smoker for over 25 years. In this time I also earned my medical degree with a specialization in addiction treatment and counseling. That period has led me to vaping, my interest started around 2011. I’m fighting the tide of hysteria and dis-information around vaping that emanates from various fronts legislative, cultural and scientific. Having scientific councils support, I’m happy to contribute my thoughts, articles, and expertise.

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    Creative Aquarius

    August 9, 2017 at 8:55 am Reply

    To people who are using vapers instead of smoking. Does anyone get bad side effects. Like painfully stomach acid and bloating. Dry mouth and hoarse voice and.ending up with difficulty trying to speak,.. I have c.o.p.d. .I don’t know if this is why I suffer so much with these side effects……it makes me feel so sick that i go back to cigarettes. I’m on this cycle. Any help or info would be much appreciated.. Thanks in advance.

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      Timothy Meehan

      August 13, 2017 at 12:22 am Reply

      I switched to vaping about 5 months ago. I was a two pack a day smoker for 20 yrs, so your mileage may vary. I noticed years ago that my health was going down. I am very active and workout a lot (I know it is counter intuitive), but everything just felt horrible. I would try to quit smoking and every time I would be horrible in the gym. This would be 2-3 months after quitting smoking. I think it was a mental thing, but quitting wouldn’t work and I would go back to smoking. I have to say that I thouroughly enjoy vaping and I feel great. It is the best I have felt in years. Granted, sometimes I do get an increase in heartburn and allergies, but that depends on the juice. Some affect it differently. I wish the best for you and stay away from the cigs! : )

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        July 25, 2018 at 2:58 am Reply

        Yeah find a juice PREFERRABLY online 1/3 cheaper than local rip off shops that works for ya and stick w/that one like ya do w/your cigg brand lol. I did and no problems e-bay best bet you can get bundles of 6 30mill different brands good luck👌

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          August 7, 2018 at 11:41 pm Reply

          What juice brand on eBay?

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        September 20, 2018 at 2:31 pm Reply

        Yes my Boyfriend every 3 to 4 2weeks.he gets deathly I’ll.

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      Jose venegas

      October 26, 2017 at 3:31 am Reply

      Try ingesting honey twice a day. Tablespoonfull to start off. I heard it does good.

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      Melanie Hogan

      November 8, 2017 at 5:14 am Reply

      My girlfriend has COPD and she can not vape. She coughs so bad she can’t breathe whenever she tries. I, however, have been vaping since 2012 and I feel better than I have in years. More energy, easier breathing, more stamina, less colds, and when I do get a cold it lasts for less than a week. The annoying cough goes away with the cold. And the ever present cough is gone as well. I started with tobacco flavored vape juice asset a 24mg. I bought a drip cape that was about the size and weight of a cigarette. I had smoked for 30 years before I tried this. I now vape a sub-oms at 6mg. I can comfortably go 6 hours without vaping, I haven’t tried more lol. I don’t get that gotta have a cigarette feeling at all. I think this is an excellent way too quit smoking. Maybe trying a drip would work? Consult with your doctor first because of COPD though.

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        November 6, 2018 at 3:04 pm Reply

        Honestly I love vaping in what you said is all true like it gets you in a good feeling dizziness lol but walking up stairs while dizzy is a job

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      Big G

      November 12, 2017 at 3:01 pm Reply

      Maybe your nicotine dose in the juice is too high. Try something like 3-6 mg.

      Honestly vaping for a year and a half, I quit smoking cigarettes after 20 years of being a half pack a day smoker. I’ve never experienced shortness of breath of breathing through the mouth like this article claims, yet I used to get it all the time as a smoker. Am I out of the clear, no. But Will be easier to quit vaping than it was to quit smoking

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      January 7, 2018 at 6:56 pm Reply

      I started smoking in the Army at age 19. Once I quit for a year, quit for three years, quit for two and quit for eight years and always started again. I’m sixty three now and started vaping three years ago but just quit smoking fourteen months ago. Though, I have smoking about a half pack, bumming from friends, in that time but have not bought any cigs. I started vaping with 26mg nicotine and am down to 16mg and am stepping lower each time I buy a 120 ml bottle of my favorite juice. I tried the tobacco flavors but they got to tasting bad and now I’m using a juice called Fairytale. It’s fruity and seems to satisfy me. As far as side effects…..I do feel somewhat congested at times but not much. No crackle in the throat like with cigs or cigars. I don’t do the BIG cloud thing. I just vape as a replacement to smoking. My wife is concerned and tagged me on this link and that’s why I’m here now.

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        April 9, 2018 at 3:01 am Reply

        I have been vaping for 50days today. Very exciting for an old girl to stop the 30+ per day after 42 years of it😆. I read a plethora of info about quitting and bought every form of quit aid(including vape gear)before quit day. When I read that the general consensus from doctors was that vaping does 95% less damage than smoking(probably because of the 3 to 9 thousand chemicals in a smoke), I have thought of that every day since. It was like I studied smoking cessation for a couple of months before I quit, but this was all I needed to know really. Who knows? I might give yhe vape up one day. Love it

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        July 4, 2018 at 3:58 pm Reply

        I have been vaping for a month. So tired of the cigarette fiasco. I have not read anything that condemns vaping enough to go back to cigs. I am hoping to reduce my vaping so I feel I am doing something good for my body. The perfect thing for me would be to quit vaping, which I hope to do in the future. The main thing for me is to get rid of all of the harmful things that are in cigarette smoke. Good luck to all and I hope for a brighter future-

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      March 5, 2018 at 3:30 pm Reply

      I get the same symptoms. Lots of stomach issues and heartburn. Dry mouth to the point if I hurry and get something to drink I can’t swallow

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      Sarthak Gulyani

      March 19, 2018 at 7:43 pm Reply

      I understand your concern.. can you please let me know what measures are you taking to detox yourself? And which flavour are you using and What is the nicotine content in it? We can work it out together and I am sure you will be cured. Please respond soon. Also note my email address [email protected] I am an empath. No money is required, just a tint of humanity..

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      Cuan Gavin

      April 20, 2018 at 4:21 am Reply

      I had the same side effects I quite completely didn’t matter what I did I just felt weird all the time. I’ve been trying to find other people with the same side effects as me, I thought I was going crazy. Send me an email i would love to hear more

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        August 15, 2018 at 8:12 pm Reply

        Me too! There is something in vape juice that makes my head feel really weird. I’m also trying to find someone else with the same issue, because everyone I tell has no idea what I’m talking about. I also feel like I am going crazy. It is so frustrating because I do a ton of research and there is absolutely nothing on the issue I’m having. Everyone I tell says I’m having too much nicotine but that’s not possible, it is something else. Anyway, it’s nice to know one other person with an issue like mine.

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          September 16, 2018 at 9:57 am Reply

          I just started vaping. Smoker for close to 40 years. Day 1 of vaping I felt an immediate change to my lungs and for the first time in a long time I didn’t cough myself to sleep. Wonderful! I was sold on vaping! Using 3mg nicotine juice. I walked a great distance for the first time in years and wasn’t out of breath or sweating profusely. I’ve always responded well to medications/dietary changes in the past… but this was amazing even to me. That 2nd night, fell asleep with no cough again… but woke up in the middle of the night filled with anxiety, head feeling disoriented and felt I couldn’t hold a proper thought. I had read about dehydration and drank water (5-6 glasses) throughout the day to offset any side effects. However In the middle of the night when I awoke my mouth, throat and nasal cavity were so dry it hurt to get that first sip of water down. I did manage to get back to sleep, and I haven’t vaped today… but I still feel anxious and scattered. I found this thread by digging deeper into side effects information as well. Wondering if it may be an adverse medication/chemical interaction side effect?

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            September 22, 2018 at 6:05 pm

            Thats most likely due to nicotine withdrawal. I had to start @ 12mg and work down to 6 and then 3.

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            September 28, 2018 at 7:46 pm

            Look up tobacco withdrawal symptoms. They include what you talk about. Might be more of that than symptoms of vaping. Remember you are giving up something with a lot of chemicals your body has relied on for a very long time

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            October 9, 2018 at 4:44 pm

            Yep I’d also say not enough nicotine! Start at 12, did so myself one year ago. Now I’m at 1.5. I do mtl (mouth to lung, no big clouds), if you vape with lots of clouds and high wattage, might start at 6 to 9. I know heavy smokers who started at 20 mg, the highest concentration of nicotine in liquid you buy legally in Germany.
            Nicotine is one of the strongest drugs around, supposedly weird that it’s legal compared with some illegal drugs

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          Helen Corbett

          September 16, 2018 at 1:56 pm Reply

          This is how I feel, funny head and like I can’t get in enough oxygen when I breathe,

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          November 4, 2018 at 5:03 am Reply

          Me too.I swear y head feels weird my stomach feels weird and hurts.also I grt headaches.I used to smoke a pack of cigs a day no side effects like this.I thought it was just me.also first couple of days of July did not feel like this,but now a week in now do.wtf smh

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          November 6, 2018 at 6:22 am Reply

          Bro I’ve been vaping for almost a year and it changed my life not in a good way I feel like I can’t concentrate I also feel like I’m going crazy form my head if I’m in a car trying to read something my head feels like it’s going to explode.

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      Stephanie Sturgeon

      April 29, 2018 at 5:00 pm Reply

      Ive smoked 32 yrs. Ive tried vapor pens a few times & never worked. I hated the taste. But I finally found one I liked. The Cue had disposable cartridges with oil in them & I loved the Fresh Melon 6 mg. But it was costing too much so I went with a different device that I could refill & I was only spending $20 a wk & now I hate the smell of cigs. Over 2 mo.now & I never cough when I wake up like I did with cigs. It has never made me cough ever.( unless you smoke too strong mg like a 12 mg, yikes) My hair & clothes & house smell so much better. You notice how bad cig smoke smelled. Im so glad I switched to vapor. I paid $34 for one but Im looking at a more expensive mod type.( it takes a while to learn all about it). I like the fruity flavors more that the creamy, dessert flavors.

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      June 23, 2018 at 6:27 pm Reply

      no i just feel thirsty sometimes

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      June 28, 2018 at 6:15 pm Reply

      I’ve had the same experience… Alka-seltzer is your friend

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      June 29, 2018 at 10:20 am Reply

      I have gotten very swollen, I have noticed swelling in my feet and legs. I started only 2 days ago and have found this side effect already. Have you had the same problem?

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      Tomosini maz

      July 6, 2018 at 12:47 am Reply

      You should not vape with c.o.p.d. its really bad for you.. it can makenit harder to breathe amd could cause more problems

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        Kate Short

        July 20, 2018 at 8:49 pm Reply

        I will start with I am NOT a doctor or anything related to that field, however my spouse has c.o.p.d and asthma. He made the switch to vaping about 3 years ago. Within the first year I noticed he no longer coughs or spits up various fluids in the morning. I no longer hear him wheezing on the couch next to me, or at night in bed. I cannot say everyone will have this type of result I can only speak from personal experience.

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      Teresa Sweigart

      July 22, 2018 at 9:40 pm Reply

      I am searching this site because I have been sick (nausea) really bad headaches and my neck hurt like hell. I couldn’t figure out what was causing it. Once I thought about it I realized it started right after I got back from vacation . At that time I changed my atomizer . This has happened to me before. Now I know that it was from a bad atomizer. Like I said this has happened to me before. So yes it can make you sick. I will no longer buy Kanger Tek atomizers because it only happens when I use that brand.

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      August 2, 2018 at 5:39 am Reply

      I too have COPD and also stage 3 lung cancer (controlled but not cured yet ) and truth be told…anyone with copd needs to inhale ANY CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES into their lungs. It’s jist asking for trouble. If you need the nicotine and have to have something then switch to nicotine gum. Keep in mind though that nicotine in and of itself comes with health risks such as cardiovascular diseases and an increased risk for blood clots and stroke. I miss smoking every day (the act not the stinky smell) but if I want to have a shot at living beyond my current age of 48…I can never smoke again. Be well 😊😊

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      August 4, 2018 at 1:27 pm Reply

      Omg. I logged in here to check if anyone had these problems and I do. It started a month ago. I’m stopping this crap

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      August 13, 2018 at 3:24 pm Reply

      I don’t have any side effects whatsoever when I vape. However I use it maybe a few time every other day, not too too often. Maybe the more you inhale certain things from the juices your body may not be used to it and may be reacting to it. However I have never had any of the issues you’ve discribed. See if in-taking less vaper would help. (I don’t think the vaping is causing the issues in the first place though) It May just be from certain things you are eating.

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      Mauricio O Navas

      August 14, 2018 at 2:42 pm Reply

      Yeah I’ve been getting these weird chest pains on my left side when I vape. Super weird, never had em before but yeah.

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      August 14, 2018 at 7:11 pm Reply

      I would switch to a VG base and use way less flavor in your vape. try ones with only one flavor, I use only strawberry and never change it.

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      August 27, 2018 at 12:55 pm Reply

      Sounds like you needed a lower nicotine level. I havent noticed any side effects since switching from smoking to a refillable vape.
      I tried switching a few times in the past. The first time it wasnt strong enough so I still craved cigarettes and switched back. The next time it was stronger but I still had the habit so I hit it too much. I’d get nauseous and light-headed. After another try or 2 I finally got it right and havent touched a cigarette since. Dedication to switching is needed in the beginning but after awhile it works. I tried smoking once while drinking a few weeks ago and the cigarette was so nasty I put it right back out.

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      Russian Monk

      August 30, 2018 at 10:09 am Reply

      Are you insane? Of course you are. Look at how you behave towards your temple; your human body. Simply change your behavior patterns and go back to basics of human living. Unless you don’t give a s**t about yourSELF.

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      A Mac

      September 10, 2018 at 7:47 pm Reply

      A few of my friends were having the same side effects that you are having by removing nicotine from their liquid they all but disappeared.

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      Raul Cuadra

      October 14, 2018 at 3:02 pm Reply

      You really shouldn’t being vaping you have COPD which it was caused for your smoking habits just stop consuming any type of nicotine

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    Ariel Uhrbrock

    August 11, 2017 at 4:00 am Reply

    I am currently vaping right now and I am having the side effects of nausea dizziness feeling light headed heartburn pressure on the nose cavity tingling in toes and fingertips should I be worried?

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      November 22, 2017 at 2:55 am Reply

      Could be a lot of things, from allergic reaction to VG, PG, the flavorings used. Sometime dizziness happens when the nicotine level is too high.

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      Matthew Duff

      November 25, 2017 at 1:08 am Reply

      If your having all of those side effects, try what the article said…change juice and reduce the nicotine. Example I’m gaping at 6, I would drop to 3 and see how it goes. In addition, you sound like there’s a lot more going on which the gaping might just be bringing to the surface. Good luck!!

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        March 9, 2018 at 3:12 pm Reply

        gaping at 6… im impressed…

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      November 29, 2017 at 11:26 pm Reply

      I’ve had these effects aswell but I only have the effects when I’m excessively vaping at one period of time like I’ll take 30 hits in like 10 minutes because me and friends hot boxed aswell which the vapor they let out aswell reaches me (we all have atleast 150 watt vapes) so I think that if Your over doing it like that then yes it’ll hit you I used to smoke and I smoked 3 cigs in a room I’ll feel sick and nausea will effect me but that’s because I was over using it like my vape but that’s not the vapes fault but our own cause we’re not being responsible enough with our vapes and overuse the privaledge their used to help people quit cigarettes not look cool and blow the biggest clouds we possibly can with high wattage levels before it was a big thing and all you have where the $15 vape pens in gas stations (which I’ve used before getting a 80 watt then now I have a 200 watt) where only 15 watts and people didn’t use them so much since they’re just trying to quit cigarretes I feel like if people don’t stop abusing their privaledge then yes we’re gonna have negative effects and it may lead to more serious symptoms

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        April 13, 2018 at 10:52 am Reply

        I use the vape that you buy in the service stations and mine has 1.9 ml. of nicotine. I don’t know what that equals to in mgs. but i don’t have any of the side effects that has bee discussed. I do know that i have COPD, and allergies. since i stopped smoking cigarettes i don’t hve to use my inhalers i breathe better and best of all my doctors haven’t told me recentlyy how bad my lungs sound. I only vape when i really need the nicotine and I’m careful about how much i use, if i vape to much it causes my throat to burn. So i think vaping responsibly is the key to a lot of the negative side effects

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      December 3, 2017 at 7:19 pm Reply

      the nausea, dizziness, and light-headedness can occur if youre vaping too much. the first day i transitioned to vaping, i threw away my cigs and i havent touched one since, that was 3 years ago. when i would get dizzy, light headed and nauseous, it was because i was vaping alot in a short amount of time. vaping 5ml of juice with a 6mg nicotine level in maybe a 45 minute time period is (for me) like smoking 10 cigs in 45 minutes. as for the heartburn, it really depends on the juice, flavor, and sometimes the wattage. if youre vaping a thicker juice with a flavoring that contains a higher amount of sweetener than your average juice at a high wattage, its going to be a very warm vape, and thats usually when people experience heartburn. i never had that issue though. the nasal cavity pressure and tingling in finger/toe tips ive never heard of anyone experiencing, id consult your doctor about that. the nasal cavity thing might (and thats a big might) be caused by an allergic reaction you may have. alot of shops out there who make their own juice are using disgusting methods of doing so, theres a shop 5 minutes away from where i live that i bought a flavor from and within a week of vaping on it i started to get sick. i swotched to another juice from another shop and my sickness went away. your safest bet is to buy juice from a trusted shop youve been to before or to buy from a trusted, well known website (such as vapordna). hope this helps you!

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      December 7, 2017 at 2:58 am Reply

      The effects you described are normal reactions to excessive nicotine. Go to an e-liquid with a lower nicotine level until you no longer experience the uncomfortable side effects. Easy peasy.

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      December 20, 2017 at 10:14 pm Reply

      Try lowering your nicotine level and make sure you take a few breaths in between I know it sounds dumb but when i first started i was a hit after hit kinda person then when I realized i needed to breath it became a lot better

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      Aric Thompson

      March 31, 2018 at 4:21 pm Reply

      No, you shouldnt worry, you need to look at what your juice is made of and what concentration of vg you have, a 70/30 VG/PG is a good safe mix, also look at lowering your nicotine intake, that could be causing your symptoms.

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      Alina Herron

      April 27, 2018 at 1:21 pm Reply

      You need to lower your nicotine. I felt the same way when I was taking 6mg. Now I’m on 3mg. I feel a lot better!

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      May 9, 2018 at 12:59 pm Reply

      You should lower the nicotine (sounds way too high), read the ingredients in the juice and not be so heavy on vaping.

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      Ariel Uhbrock

      June 12, 2018 at 4:00 pm Reply

      yeah you should my dude

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      July 28, 2018 at 3:31 am Reply

      That’s called a buzz…

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    Craig Edgeley

    August 28, 2017 at 4:38 pm Reply

    I’d like to find out what sort of assholes wrote this document as from leading researchers from WHO and cancer research UK have stated that its 95% safer than smoking and there are zero carcinogens in the vapour inhaled/exhaled. Best doing your own research than reading this garbage.

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      September 9, 2017 at 4:37 am Reply

      I’d like to point out, that this is a valid as any for people doing their research. What you SHOULD be telling them is don’t read just one souce. Read sources from both sides and research papers and compare and contrast and always look into the credibility and biasses of the sources

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      October 10, 2017 at 5:13 pm Reply

      You are just in deniel, when cigarrets first came out there was nothing wrong with it was the cool thing to do at the time and now all those people wish they never done it! Samething with Vaping manny years from now we will learn that is as bad if not worst than cigarrets!

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      October 10, 2017 at 10:39 pm Reply

      That’s not accurate. When propelyne glycol and glycerine, both chemicals in the vapor, are heated to a high temperature, they degrade into formaldehyde (the chemical used for preserving dead bodies) and acetaldehyde, and both of those chemicals are carcinogenic.

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      Gail Flan

      November 17, 2017 at 5:08 pm Reply

      I agree wholeheartedly that vaping is much better than smoking and until they have some firm results that it’s as bad or worse than cigarettes, it’s a good alternative.

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        April 13, 2018 at 4:05 am Reply

        They didn’t say Vaping is more harmful than smoking. They are merely pointing out both have their disadvantages and negative health implications. Surely you can’t think sucking chemicals through metal coils and cotton wool can be harmless for you?! Especially if you are adding nicotine on top of this?! If you do then you must be extremely naive.

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      December 3, 2017 at 7:22 pm Reply

      amen to that. its sad to see that rich greedy pigs (big tobacco) are still the main influence behind research on vaping. just wait though, eventually, some REAL research will pop up, go viral, and put these pigs into bankruptcy.

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        August 19, 2018 at 2:40 pm Reply

        Stephen, thank you for your insight. You are absolutely right about money being the driving factor behind this epidemics. Last year alone the producer of JUULS made 1.1 billion dollars. We have an incredible amount of young people addicted, that will cost society so much more. Sad fact.

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      Bill cospy

      December 5, 2017 at 7:49 pm Reply

      Vaping is my life

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        March 9, 2018 at 8:04 pm Reply

        good for uu

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      Dennis B. Cook

      March 23, 2018 at 3:19 am Reply


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      August 7, 2018 at 12:03 am Reply

      Ive been vaping nicotine for exactly 1 year, all I can say is that I dont get as winded as as I did previously, however, i do not breath any better either.

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    mic pickett

    September 25, 2017 at 6:24 am Reply

    my 15 year old granddaughter wants her mother to buy her this mot vapor thing. I don’t agree. Side effects on young adults, please help

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      Candy Newhart

      May 27, 2018 at 5:29 am Reply

      I just threw all of mine away, I wouldn’t even give them away, that’s how bad I feel the next day after smoking them, When I started it wasn’t to bad but as time went on it got Scarry the day after to try getting air in and out of my lungs the the more time that went by the more difficult to breath, yesterday the effects were so bad I couldn’t sleep, I had to lay there and do breathing exercises all day till I finally felt I could breath, there in the trash now and praying that they make a law to where they have to have all kinds of warnings on them, especially after reading all the new info about the damage they can do to your body, even ( death)!!!!!!!!!!

      Save her life don’t let her cap, read all the new info on it

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        June 20, 2018 at 2:39 pm Reply

        Candy I have the same problem if I am in a closed room or closed car and someone else is vaping in the house through the vents in another room I get a higher pulse up to 155 blood pressure my hands start shaking my right one worse and I can’t take in full breathes and I feel like I want to jump out of my skin. If someone is outside and smoking either it doesn’t give me bad effects. I don’t know what it is that’s in vapes smoke my left check twitches and I feel awful so amped I can’t sleep or stop shaking my legs it’s awful for me not to other people. Plus I have had a T. I A before. That’s what you have before a stroke

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    September 25, 2017 at 10:49 am Reply

    Second-Hand Victim Says: It smells bad and certain ones make me nauseous.

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    Mark Boyland.

    October 7, 2017 at 10:19 pm Reply

    Started vaping three weeks ago with logic pro and using 6mg strength blend cartridge , had to quit using because it made my pulse go weird , made me extremely light headed and at the same time through my balance out so bad I couldn’t walk in a straight line for long . My sleep was all over the place and generally I felt so unwell I couldn’t go outside for days . My advice is stay away from vape ciggs .

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    October 24, 2017 at 10:30 pm Reply

    I been vapor since it first came out and never experience any side effect what so ever most of the stuff you read on the internet of side effects is Not true. Why, you ask because there are those who smoke cigarettes and that is what give you side effect.and then go to vaping OR there cholest. is high from cigarettes .Vaping has been around since The ancient egyptian times. There has never been any record of side effects I guess people like to assume when they smoke 3 packs a day then blame it on vaping. Don’t believe everything on the web.

    Do your research before assuming

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      August 4, 2018 at 8:12 am Reply

      Good example is that the Egyptians were also vaping😂😂😂

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    Geroge luis

    October 29, 2017 at 12:11 pm Reply

    Vaping or smoking is bad the best alturnitive is Chew gum vaping is a chemical man made and it is bad ..but for some people with little brains it will take a painfull experience for people to change there ways a painfull one like LUNG cancer

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      Ada B

      August 14, 2018 at 5:03 am Reply

      Agree completely

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    rajeev (Automatic sachdeva

    October 30, 2017 at 4:31 pm Reply

    quit smoking Get a mod. start vaping.

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    November 9, 2017 at 2:43 pm Reply

    I’m curently vaping 3mg and I only feel dizzy, annoying as hell.

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      someone qualified

      September 18, 2018 at 12:01 pm Reply

      thats called a nicotine buzz

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    Aaron-ra X

    November 11, 2017 at 10:11 pm Reply

    Lol if your an unhealthy person expect negative results from anything you attempt in life. Pizza Netflix and trolling facebook isn’t a healthy life style and I know the largest percent is actively making this an insane routine than looking to blame something for there misfortune than a medicated referral to follow ? been vape choice a while now and only notice certain upset stomach reactions from certain flavors you over use like candy sour and fruit flavors but same Result from over chugging the cool aid or fat smashing some jolly ranchers and candies related. Pace yourself don’t just be a uneducated consumer ?

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    November 15, 2017 at 1:59 am Reply

    Does vaping have psycholgical effects to a person?

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    November 15, 2017 at 10:25 pm Reply

    i love vape i use istick pico mod and kennedy ati..its been more than a year snce purchased it and its very durable made in china

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    Wendy paterson

    November 20, 2017 at 11:08 pm Reply

    I have smoked 42 years the last 10 years on 20plus , now I went on a vapour on 4th October this year 2017 and still had no fag since then . I now have bit husky voice and bit shortness of breath so does anyone k ow if it’s my vapor or the fact it’s the muck coming up from my lungs .

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      March 1, 2018 at 5:28 am Reply

      I smoked for 20 years and soon as I picked up the vape, I never touched another smoke. I can’t even stand the smell of them now ( yea I’m one of those people lol) but when I quit I had a bad cough for like 6 months, your lungs are clearing the crap out… I’d cough so hard I’d almost be sick…this does get better. Ive been vaping for 2 years now, 6mg nicotine, no hoarseness or cough 🙂

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        April 13, 2018 at 11:05 am Reply

        I smoked from 14 yrs of age until i was 58 i started vaping 3 months ago and i have not smoked a cigarette since, I’ve not even wanted one. I am addicted to nicotine and the habit of hand to mouth. I have finally found something that takes care of those 2 things and I’m grateful cause I don’t believe vaping has all the poisons that cigarettes have.

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    Gloria Nickel

    November 21, 2017 at 3:08 pm Reply

    I’ve been vaping for about 6 weeks after being a pack a day smoker for 40 years. I felt really good the first week or so but then came down with one of the worst colds I’ve had in my life! I couldn’t breathe, my lungs were wet like a swamp, had to go on antibiotics. The ordeal lasted for weeks. OK, cold is gone but I still don’t have the breathing capabilities as when i smoked! I am suspecting the vaping but I feel too vulnerable to stop…scared that I will go back to smoking. What i want to know is: has anybody else had problems breathing after switching to vaping?

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      March 31, 2018 at 5:10 pm Reply

      Just within a day of vaping my lungs felt wet and was hard to breath…

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      April 13, 2018 at 10:07 am Reply

      Yes,its been about four weeks i quit smoking. started using blue 2.5mg my breathing is heavy as its getting better with time a little. I still feel like I am having a hard time breathing and even more when I exercise or go out for a walk. so I am not sure why? It didn’t feel like this when I smoked cigarettes? It says your lungs should start clearing out about three months after putting down butts. I would think it would be immediately after. so I am also worried because I like my e cigarette and dont want to give it up. I guess i will see how it goes in the next month? .

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    November 27, 2017 at 2:13 pm Reply

    Is Popcorn Lung for real?

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      Dahlia ESPINOZA

      January 3, 2018 at 9:06 am Reply

      Yes, look it up

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        May 11, 2018 at 12:59 am Reply

        not possible to get popcorn lung while vaping. DYOR!!

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      Dennis B. Cook

      March 23, 2018 at 3:31 am Reply

      The Harvard press release drawing attention to diacetyl in e-juice caused alarm among vapers and quickly became ammunition for vaping opponents who now had a life-threatening, rare lung disease on their side. But the Harvard press release left out key information. Most significantly, diacetyl exposure from cigarette smoking is significantly higher than exposure from vaping, perhaps as much as 750 times higher. This doesn’t make vaping safe, but it supports the argument that vaping is safer than smoking traditional cigarettes. The Harvard press release also failed to mention that there’s no established link between popcorn lung and vaping.

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      Aric Thompson

      March 31, 2018 at 4:26 pm Reply

      Yes popcorn lung exists, but as long as you buy vape juice from a store and not anything made in china you wont get it, it happens when oil sits in your lungs. Do not worry about catching popcorn lung from a vape juice, just dont buy it from gas stations, only local.stores, and make sure it is only vegetable glycerin (VG), and propylene glycol (PG), and nicotine if thats what you use, but you can get it without nic.

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    December 3, 2017 at 6:00 pm Reply

    I just started vaping yesterday and im already noticing symptoms of nicotine overdose ! and that describes alot of the posts !! particulary the copd guy ! I suggest either shake your bottle or cut it !! Im gonna start cutting my juice with vg now that i know thats the main ingridient !! I think if u make your own that u are suppose to heat the flasks so the ingridients mix properly and i dont think most homebrews do !

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      December 3, 2017 at 6:02 pm Reply

      i think your overall gonna end up with more niotine per puff with a ecigarette

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        March 1, 2018 at 5:34 am Reply

        More nicotine per puff? I don’t think so…the 6mg of nic in my 120mg bottle, doesn’t give me 6mg per puff ..not to mention, none of other tons of awful chemicals in a cigarette…just sayin 🙂

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          Aric Thompson

          March 31, 2018 at 4:28 pm Reply

          If you use a mod with 6mg its about the same as usung a weak shelf ecig with 28mg juice. I sell vapes and do safety talks wirh people about vapes so that they dont run into most of the problems experienced by the people in this comment section

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        Dennis B. Cook

        March 23, 2018 at 3:24 am Reply

        Not hardly! It’s the tars that will get you. Point in fact they cling to everything, your lungs, clothing, walls, inside of cars. You can vape in a home or apartment for years and none can tell you have ever vaped. Does that tell you something?

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    December 5, 2017 at 4:42 am Reply

    I used to smoke cigars daily, and it had been 4 years of that…but i started feeling way out of shape from it, because it suppressed my mood and caused a feeling of temporary stress relief which didn’t make my problems go away, and also made me feel more sluggish which in turn slowed me down.. though when i switched 100% to vaping only i felt the same addiction, and i was told by every vaping shop around that it was 100% safe, after a year of vaping I noticed weird popping sounds when i’d exhale, and a weird pain in my chest, rite between my shoulder blades in my core. i thought nothing of it…but after another six months this pain increased… to the point where i’d have to take pain killers every morning at 3:00 am, like clock work every day… So needless to say I’ve quite cold turkey, I feel allot better, I also have started working out again, which gives me a real sense of stress relief and one that lasts.

    I think many people vape because like smoking it relives stress, and also feels relaxing. Unfortunately working out initially is allot harder but the benefits far out weigh the smoking and vaping. Which i’m sure everyone on hear already knows…and thats why this forum even exists…because people are noticing there health dwindling,

    Just my 2 cents… wish everyone on hear good health!

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      February 20, 2018 at 9:02 pm Reply

      Why didn’t you go to the doctor?

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    Bill cospy

    December 5, 2017 at 7:50 pm Reply

    Vaping is my life I fought and get headaches tho but I quite smoking

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      December 11, 2017 at 1:42 pm Reply

      Are you the real Bill Cospy? because if yes that is so cool

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    Emily Wilkins

    December 6, 2017 at 8:10 pm Reply

    It amazes me how nicotine addicts cannot believe that it is a deadly substance. They makes excuses and refuse to accept facts. Whether you vape or smoke, you are fooling yourself if you think nicotine is safe. Please do yourself a favor, stop wasting your money and abusing your body. Stop the unhealthy habit that has no value, except making the tobacco industry richer. Take a hold of your life. Vaping is only a crutch and introduces new younger generation. As a country,we have spent billions to educate citizens about the harmful effects of smoking, and yet we are now seeing a surge in vaping in teens.

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      February 20, 2018 at 9:10 pm Reply

      Emily, everyone has their poison. Stop judging people, nobody is perfect, especially you.

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        April 30, 2018 at 6:02 am Reply

        Actually no she sounds intelligent, maybe not especially imperfect no one is perfect but she is smarter than you.

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      March 1, 2018 at 5:44 am Reply

      Vaping is a way people are quitting smoking woman! We are well aware nicotine is not good for us nor do we think it doesn’t effect us negatively, but these people who were addicted to cigarettes for many years, the chemical and the habit…and are trying to become healthier by vaping…so back off … Before, in my day… it was a surge in smoking teens, now there’s a surge they’re vaping…this shocks you?

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        June 10, 2018 at 11:03 am Reply

        You can vape with zero nicotine too. Won’t even notice.

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    Zach Winstead

    December 14, 2017 at 12:26 am Reply

    I’ve gone back and forth from cogs and vape for a long time. I finally found a mod/tank combo that gives me the “hit” I wanted. I’m feeling better and not as sluggish at work… I’m a carpenter BTW…. As far as I’m concerned ANYTHING is better than smoking…… Just saying!

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    December 14, 2017 at 4:46 am Reply

    Vaping is a miracle. I haven’t smoked one cigarette in over a year now and there is no doubt it is because vaping helped me kick the habit and I feel incredibly liberated from the bonds of evil, nasty, smelly cigarettes.

    I had my yearly checkup about 2 weeks ago. I didn’t mention to my doctor that I quit smoking. After listening to my chest and lungs, my DOCTOR said “you quit smoking? Your lungs sound very clear” and I responded with a joyous YES!

    The difficulty in quitting smoking is that, let’s face it, you’re quitting something you enjoy. Vaping is an analog for cigarettes, therefore you’re not giving up the smoking experience – just giving up the hundreds of carcinogenic compounds, smell, expense, filth and social stigma of being a cigarette smoker while still enjoying a puff.

    Vaping is a different taste so it takes some commitment but once you get used to it, you’ll wonder how you ever smoked disgusting cigarettes.

    My first day I committed to quit using a vape was a cakewalk. I couldn’t believe how easy my first day was and I never looked back.

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      March 14, 2018 at 2:22 pm Reply

      this is simply motivating for me – vaping 2 months after quitting from-a-pack-for-25-years

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      June 20, 2018 at 9:44 am Reply

      After smoking for 40 years I was finally able to quit almost three years ago because of vaping. No more coughing or bronchitis. I am sure it will be easier to stop vaping than smoking was and have started lowering my nicotine. I haven’t had any side effects from vaping.

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    December 20, 2017 at 3:17 pm Reply

    I switched to vaping two years ago. It was not my first attempt but rather the third or the fourth. I was happy that I finally said bye-bye to my Camel light. I really enjoyed the vaping using my RTA and RDA for awhile until I started experiencing some dizziness and occasional headaches .. I reduced the necotine level from 12 to 6 and then down to 3. I felt ok for six or seven months , then the problems returned. Headaches, high blood pressure, diarrhea. I’m not sure what to do. I don’t want to go back to smoking but the vaping makes me feel not good either…

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      Cynthia Carrier

      August 8, 2018 at 10:07 am Reply

      I just quit smoking July 30th. And I just started getting diarrhea and bad headaches. I don’t want to go back to 2 pack a day. I enjoy vaping.

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    Dahlia ESPINOZA

    January 3, 2018 at 9:05 am Reply

    It took many years after that for them to stop letting you smoke in public, in 1992, they quit letting people smoke at the snack bar in Walmart. I remember in the late 70’s there were still ashtrays in hospitals.

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    January 11, 2018 at 9:21 am Reply

    Vaping: I have been vaping for over 3 years now after smoking for 20 years. In the last week I have moved to vaping with Zero nicotine, And the changes to the body are unbelievable. Switching from a Tabaco product to a Vape if you have been a smoker for a long period will see you sometimes having a cold in the first few weeks maybe months on and off. For myself I was still coughing up tar 6 months after quitting.

    In the last week removing the nicotine from my Vape has had the following changes..

    My skin is visibly clearer.
    I am able to breath through my nose a lot easier.
    My eyes do not feel so dry, The whites of my eyes seem whiter.
    Hart burn at night has all but vanished.
    I am getting off to sleep so much easier.

    all this in under a week, So for me the removal of the nicotine from the Vape is 95% positive, Though there were withdrawal symptoms but very mild, nothing like when you try quitting the Tabaco product not even close. So what I did with regard to withdrawal symptoms is to have two tanks one with 0 nicotine the other with 0.3.. I would do my best to go as long as I could without taking in the nicotine 0.3. Then use the 0.3 tank just the once or twice a day.. In less than a week I know longer needed the 0.3 I just hit on the 0 Vape now. The next move is to remove the Vape altogether.

    However I did step down gradually..

    0mg nicotine

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    February 20, 2018 at 9:06 pm Reply

    I’m new to vaping. Can someone please tell me how much juice you are supposed to vape at one time? Or do you just smoke like a ml or 2 per day.? How much is good? How much is bad? I’m so confused.

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    February 24, 2018 at 3:23 am Reply

    Our daughter recently started vaping. Though she doesn’t do in the house, she blew the smoke towards my face and now my face is tingly all over. Could I be having allergic reaction to the chemicals from the Vape?

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      March 27, 2018 at 11:06 pm Reply

      That is a possibility, I know several people that have an allergy to the Propylene glycol that is one of the main ingredients to pretty much all vape juice. But, it could also be caused by a food allergy you may have from something your daughter had recently ate. Further more it could also be the particular ingredients in the natural/artificial flavoring in that certain juice she was using. If you do NOT experience swelling, rashes/hives, redness from irritation or itchyness. You are most likely just experiencing the feeling of the vapor on your skin for the first time. Since the skin on your face is very sensitive the vapor should feel cold and may leave a sort of sticky film on your skin. Almost like a humid climate would. However if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms you should consult your doctor right away.

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      Aric Thompson

      March 31, 2018 at 4:34 pm Reply

      Vapes are hypoallergenic, if anything its probably just that your having a little paranoia over something that doesnt have a lot of information and since its new your a little afraid of it having some unforseen effect.

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    March 5, 2018 at 6:47 pm Reply

    Wow this is scary stuff how bout y’all google popcorn lung from vaping not pretty! Do you know what propylene glycol is well it is also in antifreeze, dog treats, cereal, mouthwash can you say cancer causer?

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    March 15, 2018 at 12:01 pm Reply

    I smoked cigarettes for over 45 years and to help me quit smoking, I started vaping on Jan 12, 2018. I have not smoked a cigarette since and I am very happy to be an ex-smoker, because I had tried many times over the years to stop smoking but always went back to smoking .I have noticed a tremendous change in my health…I used to cough and have to clear my throat frequently and when I went to lay down to sleep night, I had coughing fits…that has all stopped!!! So I view vaping as a method of smoking cessation. I initially stared vaping with JUUL,but since you buy pods that contain a fixed amount of nicotine, you cannot taper down. I switched to Vapor4life products so that I can buy a lower nicotine content E-juice. Since it’s only been 2 months, I am presently using a 1.1 nicotine content E-Juice, but I intend to gradually taper down the nicotine level. .

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    [email protected]

    March 20, 2018 at 12:14 pm Reply

    Yes. There may be nothing left to do now but pray. Get your house in order, hug your children, make love to your therapist…the cold night approaches. Prognosis 2 weeks, at week 1 your bum will explode.

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      Max Welllllll

      September 9, 2018 at 9:47 pm Reply

      LOL thank you for that I needed the laugh. Tremendous.

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    Beverly Relf

    March 20, 2018 at 5:42 pm Reply

    that is interesting u said t hat annette as i have een vaping for 2 years but recently had what was like a knot in my throat. I was told i was having too much a day so cut down and that cleared it t ho now i have itchy rash on my throat, so i do believe it can cause an allergy.

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    March 22, 2018 at 6:29 pm Reply

    should schools be able to fine me for having it on me there was no nicotine in the juce and i didnt use it

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    March 24, 2018 at 3:43 pm Reply

    I’ve been doing what I can to stop smoking, like a lot of you who have commented. Vaping for me is the answer. However, I’ve seem to be getting a skin reaction, and trouble sleeping. At first I thought it might be the medications I take and so did my doctors. Stopped the meds and still having this terrible rash and itching, headaches, and sleepless nights. Only thing I can think of is it has to be the vape juice. I’ve tried to search for answers on forums and chat rooms like this and still no concrete evidence. Like most of you who are trying to quit, I started at a high level of nicotine and have dropped down to 6 mg now from 12mg. I need to just quit all together but I’m afraid if I don’t vape, I’ll smoke cigarettes again. Ugh…!!! Any help I can get at this point would be greatly appreciated.

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    March 27, 2018 at 9:25 pm Reply

    Ive been vaping 3mg for a while now and the headaches have gone down a lot. However, with this low nicotine level I feel like I often get withdrawals quicker. Also I have noticed that I tend to like to vape in my room constantly and when I am at work, in town, with friends hanging out, or in a lecture hall I always have this insatiable want (but feels like a need). I went on a vacation for a week and was irritable for about 4 days because I left my vape at home so I could enjoy the trip and I noticed that I was a lot more active and could be content in a low-excitement situation without my vape. Can anyone else relate to this right now or has been through it and can give advice (without saying the obvious “just quit”)? I feel like I’m not living the best life I could be. Thanks.

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    March 29, 2018 at 11:36 pm Reply

    Vaping is not suppose to replace cigs. It is to help you quit all together. If you continue to do vaping as long as smoking I can guarantee their will be side effects. Nicotine is a cancer causing substance. And long term could most deffinitely cause cancer as well…

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    April 3, 2018 at 11:47 am Reply

    just wondering if anyone has had any skin problems i have been vaping for about 4 years now and never had any skin probs but over the last 6 months i have got dermatitus around my mouth and head more so around my mouth and under my chin when i shave. when i shave i get a burning sensation and redness around my mouth the second day is fine but on the third day its all dry flakey skin all round were i have shaved. lilk i sais i have never had any skin probs in my life and i am now thinking it has somthing to do with vaping has anyone else had this problem cheers

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      September 25, 2018 at 3:36 pm Reply

      I have the same thing. It started about a year in and i’ve vaped for 5 years. I’ve had to back to smoking due to red blotches around my nose, upper lip and hairline on my head.
      Ive been back to smoking 6 months now and redness/flakyness is gone. Last week started vaping and symptoms returned. Ive tried 100% vg and 100% pg. The last 4 years i vaped unflavored 6mg….about 8ml/day.
      I wish i could keep vaping 🙁

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    kennedy audain

    April 5, 2018 at 4:35 pm Reply

    my name is kennedy audain thank you very much to explane the vaping it is very dardress for the boby

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    April 9, 2018 at 7:53 am Reply

    hi guys i just started vaping a few weeks ago , but there is no nicotine in the liquid or might a little ..not sure , i smoke like a packets if cigarettes a day and because of work stress i do exceed that amount .. can vaping be more harmful in the long run ?

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    April 9, 2018 at 10:05 am Reply

    what does vaping only ONE time do to my body? 🙁

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    Mike Lammle

    April 11, 2018 at 1:09 am Reply

    In today’s day and age everything apparently causes cancer and will kill us I was a two pack a day smoker I’ve been vaping for 2 months I still smoke but I only smoke 2 smokes a day one in the morning one after dinner I can run farther then I could before I’m no longer out of breath walking up a flight of stairs. I love my vape I don’t do the big ass cloud thing I do it to replace smoking and its working great all hail the vape

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    April 18, 2018 at 9:18 am Reply

    Tony Nicotine is NOT a cancer causing substance, you are under the same illusion as many others….TAR is a cancer causing substance and there is no tar when vaping. We are all entitled to opinions on this but please at least get your facts right!

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    April 19, 2018 at 6:37 pm Reply

    Hello everyone. I have been smoking for more than 30 years. I am using the vapor for almost a week, and cannot complain. My wheezing has stopped. I no longer have cravings. I did noticed that my body feels weightless not that I am losing weight but feel different. I do however, suffer from insomnia. The first couple of days I went through a withdrawal not so bad but it is getting better. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

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    April 20, 2018 at 5:27 pm Reply

    I have copd and when vapour from e-cigarettes is around me. It causes severe constriction and some pain in my lungs. This is far worse than when exposed to cigarette smoke. As a result of people thinking vaping is acceptable now. They think nothing of vaping indoors or allowing a cloud of vapour over anyone.
    It doesn’t appear that any research has been done on this.

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    April 28, 2018 at 6:10 am Reply

    Nicotine is not a carcinogen.

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    May 9, 2018 at 4:48 pm Reply

    nicotine does NOT cause cancer! do you research Tony.

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    May 9, 2018 at 4:49 pm Reply

    nicotine does NOT cause cancer! do your research Tony. I can send you links if you like.

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    Martyn Bealing

    May 10, 2018 at 10:12 pm Reply

    I have been vaping for 10 odd years, I haven’t had much problems except when using high nicotine levels, I now am on 3mg and the only real side effect I get is hiccups if I vape certain flavours and that’s when I vape in the morning. I don’t know why that happens but it’s very annoying. I love vaping though. I started smoking at 12 and at 28 gave up after trying nhs provided help which didn’t help one bit. So I tried vaping and I never looked back. Hiccups though still get me and I seem to be odd because I never hear of anyone else who gets it.

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      July 14, 2018 at 7:17 am Reply

      I also get hiccups, but the moment I drink something it goes away.

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    May 11, 2018 at 12:59 pm Reply

    I was a chronic user of vape pens. Otherwise, I have a very healthy lifestyle and vegan diet. I had a horrible outbreak of dermatitus. Red dry itchy skin on my eyelids, under arns, back of my knees and inner thighs. I was easily getting dehydrated. BTW Vape fluid (p. glycol) is also used as Anti-Freeze in motor vehicles.

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      September 5, 2018 at 3:48 am Reply

      LOL. You are talking about Ethylene Glycol. Do some research bro.

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    May 12, 2018 at 7:36 am Reply

    i feel great vaping i smoked for 30 yrs and owe my life to this vaping technology eventually im gonna quit im on 3mg nicotine now from 12mg

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    Daniel. o

    May 17, 2018 at 8:53 pm Reply

    Im doing just fine. As a 13 yr old vaping with 3mg nicotine, there are no side effects whatsoever

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    Janine Threadwell

    May 18, 2018 at 7:53 am Reply

    I have been doing some research on ejuice, vaping and am quiet shocked. Why I’m researching is cause about 3 months ago my husband started vaping after giving up cigar smoking and he thought it was great but since his health has made a dramatic turn around. I hadn’t made a connection till a few days ago but he has been having major panic attacks, shaking, heart palpitations in fact the list is so long we had to call an Ambulance last week. At that stage I still hadn’t even thought it had anything to do with him using the Vapour thing but I have found some proper research articles that have described him to a T. I don’t want to know about the mg of nicotine as he wasn’t on a high dose at all and some that supposedly had none but I’m just wanting to know as I’m desperate is has anybody else had these side effects? Please I’m not bagging anything I’m just desperate to know as I have been beside myself with worry about what’s going on with him. This is way out of character with him as he is not one to complain about sickness and he has had many blood tests lately and ecgs that aren’t showing anything. But I’m trying to piece together why he is so sick all the sudden that would be a massive coincidence to happen right when he started using his Vapour. Has anybody had anything like what I’m describing since starting using these juices? Thanks

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    May 21, 2018 at 8:27 am Reply

    Im 42 yrs old, female and smoked since 15 yrs old. Started on Marlboro Reds and for the past 9 yrs smoked Newports. About half a pack to 3/4 pack a day. Tried vaping for the 1st time 4/30/18. Today is 5/21/18 and I havent bought cigs at all. I have hit a cig 3 seperate times only once and cannot stand it! I no longer have a cough or get shortness of breath…if there are negative and harmful health risks with vaping Id still vape as opposed to smoking. Cigs are disgusting now! Never thought I would ever be able to say that!!

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    May 29, 2018 at 1:12 am Reply

    a few things I would like to share as helpful advice. The higher the wattage you run the better atomization of the juice which means you don’t need as high of nicotine. example a pen vape at 18mg will atomize less nicotine than a 150 watt sub ohm tank with 6mg. chances are if you are experiencing a sore throat its either too many watts, mg of nicotine, or high pg to vg ratio. The throat hit comes more from the pg content while the flavor and cloud comes more from the vg

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    June 3, 2018 at 7:17 am Reply

    I stop smoking 4 months ago and Im vaping. I think, vaping wasn’t too bad for health compared to smoking cigarettes and now I don’t feels like wanted to smoke cigarettes. I quit smoke cigg because the impact of it. Now I started to vaping and no problem. Few of my friends start to do the same thing and its a good result for us to quit smoking habbits but I’ll make sure to get consultations from doctor if I have bad side effect from vaping.

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    June 4, 2018 at 3:43 am Reply

    It was the ‘generally safe’ comment by the FDA on the Allergies part that got me… Wankers. “Generally safe” … And what the fuck Is generally safe now???!!!!

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      lil timmy

      June 6, 2018 at 12:34 pm Reply

      your gay

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    lil timmy

    June 6, 2018 at 12:32 pm Reply

    im a 6 old pro vaper, i vape on th dAley and no lots of trics, if you insilt vapes again i will hurt you, my address is 4668 221 street langley BC, sqare up

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    June 6, 2018 at 8:28 pm Reply

    i have quit smoking after 15 years of smoking 1 to 2 pack of cigarettes a day i will said that vaping was the best choice for me i can taste things better, smell things better, and i feel like i have more stamina now this is after a long and painful recovery from all the damage cigarettes and my self make to my body.
    the first weeks are going to be the worst, spelling a lot of mucus is where it starts them dizziness sometimes and anxiety but all of this is just your body healing and adapting to the change.
    now popcorn lungs are true and it was associated to vaping only because of popcorn flavor oils( that are not legal to sell anymore) they where associated as well with microwave popcorn but the chemical responsible for this sickness is again and i insist not legal anymore on the US

    now always be careful with your oil provider and vape safe

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    June 6, 2018 at 10:20 pm Reply

    I am having nose bleeds, I changed liquid and that’s when it started. Can anyone relate to nosebleeds? I contacted the people I bought it from and they’re saying they never heard of nosebleeds, with their liquids. I beg the differ, any kind of help would be great.

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    June 8, 2018 at 12:17 pm Reply

    I am a newbie to vaping after 40 years of smoking. I started with a 0.03 Nicotine juice . at first i started to cough when vaping and was told that is was maybe i have a small reaction to the PG in the juice so i switched to a higher VG which did seem to help . What i also noticed was that i mostly coughed when the vape was used after powering it up then after a a few minuets i stopped coughing .. It would seem to me that the initial inhhale on my vape would feel to hot when i inhaled a cause me to cough..
    Has anyone else experianced the same issues ???

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    Nhanz Zen

    June 8, 2018 at 7:36 pm Reply

    I’ve been vaping for a week now on a Vaapoo Drag Resin 157 to replace my 2 packs a day, so far I liked it and none of the above mention on the side effects I’ve experience. Maybe it depends on how you use it, me I only used 80Vg/20Pg 65ml Juice on a 50 Watts, and hits 3 times then maybe after 2 to 3 hours do it again… I am not after on cloud chasing or to be in, like I’ve said earlier it’s just a replacement.for my nicotine craving, so far it’s doing good for me.

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    June 9, 2018 at 7:45 am Reply

    Started at 13 was up to a pkt of 30s . Went into it with no intention of quiting (was taught as a child to finnish what you start ).Three Mths later still have half a packet in the draw.Will never say it in public but its the best thing I ever did. I am seriously concerned I may wake up with a man bun though .

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    J Hewitt

    June 10, 2018 at 1:24 pm Reply

    I have COPD and packed up smoking a year ago. I find if someone is smoking a cigarette near me it does not bother me to much . But if someone is vaping near me it really affects me big time ( my throat nose and lungs ) and I have to get away quickly, why is that ?

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    Rod H.

    June 11, 2018 at 2:26 pm Reply

    vaping is life

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    Kelvin Casterton

    June 17, 2018 at 4:30 pm Reply

    3 months off cigarettes (20 year pack a day) using a vape I’m using a 45w device sub tank gets me sensation I need, was difficult to find right juice but I have now use Charlie noble and love it
    First week or so had difficulty coughing breathing but now used to it and is absolutely great not at interested in cigarettes and feel loads better and can do way more exercise so it can’t be bad or if it is bad then I’ll go happier

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    Master B

    June 19, 2018 at 3:51 am Reply

    I started vaping 4 years ago. Fitness has started to improve a lot as I have always exercised and have always been an active person. The changes were very obvious especially for tough hill climbs on mountain bike.
    The best thing of switching is the disappearance of the mucus in the throat in the morning and also the stinky cigarettes smells in my fingers , breath and through my nose.

    Started with 12mg nicotine and have stepped down to 6mg and I am very happy with this level of nicotine.

    Down-side is the you can Vape anywhere , anytime and basically the E-cig has become an extension of my hand and this is quite annoying.

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    john anderson

    June 25, 2018 at 11:59 am Reply

    I have been vaping for a while. Recently I have had a headache, neck ache, sore throat, bad back, pains in the rib cage, pain in the left arm, pain in the armpit, stomach upset and flatulence. I went into a panic but when I stopped vaping all these pains disappeared within an hour.

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    Brett M

    June 26, 2018 at 2:29 am Reply

    I had COPD and smoked for 20 years, before i switched to vape i was in icu at least once a yr. I would get sick for a whole month get over it and turn around and get sick again. I was on an inhaler for COPD and albuterol nebulizer. my brother told me about vape so i switched. Its been 3 yrs now and lets just say that inhaler and nebulizer are in the trash and i have only been sick 2 times in the 3 yrs, lasting a week 2 at the most.

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    July 2, 2018 at 10:00 pm Reply

    I’m currently vaping at 12mg of tobacco flavored vape juice right now with an icare refillable vape pen. I’m on my 3rd day of no cigarette and I have not felt an overwhelming urge to pick up a smoke like I thought I would. I have been vaping about two tanks a day so far and I plan to reduce the nicotine to 6mg in a couple weeks, then half that, then nicotine free at some point. I have to say when I woke up this morning and sat down with my cup of coffee and vape pen, I felt no tightening of the chest like I normally had waking up and having that first cig with my coffee. I was a smoker for 25 years 1 – 1 1/2 packs a day. The struggle is real though, I had to throw away all my cigarettes, ash trays etc, and I politely ask my friends to not smoke around me until I’m completely over my addiction to cigarettes. I think it will be ok though and I think mind set is 95% of the battle

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      July 22, 2018 at 6:29 pm Reply

      Man, I quit Cigs second week in April. Vaping 12 mg since. All this propaganda that says vaping is unhealthy is BS. The vg/pg = vegetable glyceryn/ propelyne glycol.

      Sure; if you never smoked cigarettes, vaping may be harmful.

      BUT if u smoked a pack a day of cigarettes; like me. vaping is more healthy.

      like all in life; whether or not a thing is good, is a matter of perspective????

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    July 8, 2018 at 10:42 pm Reply

    I quit smoking 7 months ago by vaping believe it or not my pulmonologist told me to vape. back in December I got really sick bronchitis and pneumonia I had been on 3 antibiotics and could not get better. my daughter got me into a pulmonologist who told me infant care if you have the vape pen in your mouth 24 7 just don’t touch an other cigarette. I have been baking every since with no desire for a cigarette. I am not using my nebulizer any more and habe not had to use my rescue inhaler either. oh did I mention I have COPS. vape has saved my breathing I will give this up too. I am slowly weaning my self down on nicotine

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    July 20, 2018 at 9:50 pm Reply

    Been vaping for 6 years since quitting cigs. Feel great I am 59 play Dek Hockey, Raquetball and am in some of the best shape of my life. Switching to vaping over cigs is a huge part of that. I use 3 percent nicotine and have 0 side effects. Maybe I’m just lucky that I was able to switch my habit without any of the issues others describe, but I really get irritated when people say that vaping is bad for me and I shouldn’t vape. I feel like lighting a cig and blowing the smoke in their face and ask if they like that better. Yes, vaping is another addiction in my opinion, but unless you were a smoker and understand that powerful deadly addiction, you can’t relate. I feel very lucky to have been able to quit cigs and switch the habit to something that makes me feel a lot better than smoking did.

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    August 1, 2018 at 12:04 am Reply

    After smoking for 30 plus years, I quit and started vaping. While I don’t think we have enough information on the health risks, I can tell you that I can now go up a flight of stairs without getting winded. I feel better and my house doesn’t smell like cigarettes. So far it’s a definite improvement!

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    August 4, 2018 at 8:15 am Reply

    I quit vaping and smoking and started on oxygen from outside and eating better. I’ve got to say that I’m in the best shape of my life and won’t put man made chemicals in my body again. Get addicted to breathing what your body needs and that’s not from a box with a battery..

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    Mark Teets Sr.

    August 8, 2018 at 10:14 pm Reply

    I started smoking at 17, and now at 49 I’ve started vaping. I was smoking a pack and a half a day, and started noticing I would get out of breath walking across a parking lot. The first week of vaping I smoked 1 or 2 cigs a day till what I had was gone. In the 3 months since I haven’t touched a cig. I still have the occasional craving for one, but I just take a couple good hits on my vape pen and the craving goes away. I’m using a Pulse pod that uses a nic salt type of juice. Started at 45mg nic level and am down to a 25mg level now. I think I will have to switch to a different type of pod to go lower on the nic level though. The only side effects I’ve noticed is the occasional gravel voice, and the dizziness if I hit it too much. But my blood pressure has dropped by 20 points on both numbers into the 120/70 range, my severe coughing fits and gagging are gone, my breathing is easier, and my sense of smell has been coming back. Oh, and I have COPD as well, so I can’t say that vaping has done anything but help my health so far. I tend to like the fruity flavors over the sweet stuff. I have no desire to try any tobacco flavored juices, afraid it’d create a desire for the cigs again. And I don’t want to go back to them again.

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    Russian Monk

    August 30, 2018 at 10:05 am Reply

    Being a human being is bad for ya also. Go to California and breath the shirty air. Then complain about your side effects. Burning eyes etc….
    People who are frail and complain about their allergies all the time are the same little frail whips complaining about gaping. Its just like liberal democrats complaining about Trump when in reality Trump is doing what he said he would. No one want to be positive. There are so many complainers in this world. Whiners.. Babies….bitches. Get a life. Health issues? Go bitch about how monsanto. Is genetically modifying food. Stop the corruption in govt. Stop Hillary Clinton from raping 13 year old girls and killing them innocent girls for a satanic ritual. I’m positive Hillary Clinton has murdered more little children than a family has lost loved ones from vaping. So…go stop Hillary first….then ill listen to your stupid gaping problem and ill show you how easy it is to quit vaping….

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    Sean Miles

    August 30, 2018 at 4:46 pm Reply

    I’ve been using the Juul & Juul pods for over 6 months now, I wake up every morning spitting blood for 10-15 minutes Str8, I wanna quit but don’t wanna go back to smoking… Am I killing myself one way or another??? I think picking up the Juul was the worst thing I could’ve ever done, I feel like my stomach lining an esophagus is bleeding out within… Very scary, wonder if there is a lawsuit pending, would like to be compensated for what this is doing to my body & health!!! Ur killing us, the least we could do is be compensated for the damage ur causing our bodies!!

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    September 1, 2018 at 10:58 am Reply

    I also use vape been using it for more than a year and i haven’t found any serious bad effect of vaping to me. what bugs me in this vlog/research is the conclusion why look for bad side effects to dis vaping why not look for the better effects of vaping. I know that finding the bad effects of vaping is good and all to prevent more damage but still why would you conclude that you’ll look for the bad effect. Why not conclude that you’ll look more into the good and bad effects of vaping and how to make it better or something like that.Other than this I have no more to say to the whole thing. It’s been informative actually. Its just that i dont like the conclusion lol

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    The vaper man

    September 5, 2018 at 4:45 am Reply

    I’ve read alot of these comments and i did a hell of alot of research on vaping, I’ll try and say as much as I know and this comes to me knowing alot of “vapers” and shop owners, as well as my 6 year experience and counting. Vaping as we know is not 100% healthy some may have different side effects to it some may have none. Vaping is a alternative to help quit smoking some turn it into a hobby some don’t it’s a “alternative” to quit smoking. Some of you pick up a vape and have side effects then mention you smoked for 20 30 40 years. You’re body is going through change period, it may have nothing to do with vaping, it may have to do with you’re body and the withdrawals from the ciggerets. It takes time to get use to something you have never done, JUST LIKE THE FIRST CIGGERET YOU SMOKED. You got dizzy,light headed,sick, and many other side effects over time you get use to it. Some may be allergic some may have reactions it’s normal not everyone is the same and not everyone’s body accepts things the same. All I know is my Dr. Wanted me on pills to quit I tried those and it was a nightmare literally. I picked up a vape and tinkered around to find the rite juice and vape that fit me and I tried alot and spent alot it was kinda like when I started smoking what kind of ciggeret I enjoyed. It’s normal for people with copd to have a reaction do to the lungs taking in a chemical and a vapor substance this doesn’t mean it’s bad it just means it irritates you not everyone. I’d say about 6 of my family members have quit smoking because of vaping and feel and look better than they did in many years. I also see the comments on the side effects and it has alot to do with the level of nicotine and the power of you’re vape as well as the flavor, find one that fits you not the one you’re friend blows giant clouds with because they been vaping for years and you want to fit in. I quit smoking and been vaping for years side effects dry mouth sometimes a dry throat because I try new juice and that has alot to do with it also sometimes fast heart rate because sometimes I get carried away and puff like crazy but overall me and my girlfriend vape and I’ll tell you the smell the hacking the gunk in my lungs all that is gone it takes years for you’re lungs to heal don’t forget and alot of the side effects and even sickness many go through are the cause of years of smoking and the infections can be caused do to the fact of you’re lungs trying to heal and push out the many years of smoke that damaged you’re lungs. Don’t forget you smoked a chemical daily for years and the lungs take time to heal. To me vaping is not 100% healthy but what is it’s alot healthier to be around than a house full of smokers and that I know. I also have a child and we do not vape around him do to the fact he is young and in all honesty I’m quit smoking not him so why let him breathe something he doesn’t have to. But if anyone has any questions feel free to email me and I will help.

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    September 7, 2018 at 10:00 pm Reply

    I smoked for 30 year 2 packs a day began have some issues so I needed to turn to something better. I drive 1,000 a week by myself (not a truck drive) and need something to keep me alert and my hands active. Vaping fit the bill that was 5 years ago. Today I feel much better when I started I also had some of the possible side effects people are speaking about. With some trial and error I figured it all out. I use a refillable mod. Started out at 21 mg. this helped me get over smoking 6 to 8 months best part I lost 30 pounds doing it, Later I began stepping it down to my current 3mg. I still would get some side effects but very light so I began the juice search. Tried several but found a local mix at a vape shop I liked ( tobacco light 3mg ) no smell at all and no sweet over powering flavor. Then I began changing the settings on my base and coil. I now run a .5 ohm coil at only 18watts. I discovered the coils would last for months at this setting so long in fact I was fearful of bacteria growing in the chamber I began cleaning it every few weeks soaking the chamber its parts, and wick in good quality vodka for an hour. Shaking the glass from time to time then allowing it to dry reassemble and refill then off vaping again. I would consider myself a heavy vaper due to driving hours and all issues are now gone. Take from this what you will but for me it’s about the right setup with the right settings and proper cleaning. Just like most things you have to find what works for you. I buy a 5 pack of coils which will last me about a year. The juice runs about $11.00 a week. A lot cheaper that smoking and better for me. Even my Doctor side if you going to do one or the other Vaping was the far better plan. But of course he encouraged me to give it all up.
    I’m 54 and feel better and in better shape than I have been in years.

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    Carolyn Tobias

    September 17, 2018 at 2:28 pm Reply

    I am 55 years old and had smoked cigs for 38 years. WTF. I had been vaping for a year and a half, still smoking butts too. On June 6th, 2018 at 6 pm I smoked my last cig and have been vaping ever since. Within a week, I could walk across the parking lot and not be winded. I no longer wake up in the morning feeling like total crap. I have not had any side effects from vaping. I use the Suorin vape and love it. I am using 9mg of Criss-Cross liquid and will eventually lower that as well. Perhaps in 10-15 years, the jury will be out about the risks of vaping, although, nothing is as bad as smoking butts for 38 years. My family still can not believe that overnight I became a no-smoker. Heck, I still cant believe it.

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    September 19, 2018 at 8:12 am Reply

    I’ve been smoking 10+ years. Brought a vape 2 months ago. I was advised to buy a 11mg juice as it would be about the same as I was smoking. The high mg would make me cough and feel sick. Been smoking 3mg of hunting clouds juice or illusions juice and have had no problems. I no longer sound like I’ve forgotten to release the choke in the morning and my fitness is better. I can go further with out shortness of breath. These people saying they are getting sick or light headed I would recommend checking the mg level in your juice or if you have the right mods on your vap. Can you battery cope woth your coil that sort of thing.

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    September 26, 2018 at 9:35 am Reply

    Vaping has opened my eyes and it’s really f**king good

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    Lukas Ryan

    October 7, 2018 at 2:21 am Reply

    I’m not sure about all these side effects they talk about I’m 28 and I smoked ciggarettes since I was 12 and I noticed when I was 24 that my chest hurt really bad every morning the first few deep breaths after waking up and I switched to vaping after a friend gave me his old mod and I swear after 2 weeks the chest pains were gone and my vocal range increased dramatically (I sing and perform) and I love hiking and all that crap you spit out in the morning when you smoke cigs that was completely gone out of my lungs after one month and I have never had side effects from the vape can go a day without and not worry about it. Most of these studies out that are anti vape are paid for by big tobacco because they’re made their losing money to us switching. All the negative stuff is bull or an idiot not using their vape the correct way. There are usually between 5 and 6 total ingredients in good vape juice. I’m all the way down to 3mg juice and I use to smoke 2 packs a day.

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    November 1, 2018 at 10:37 pm Reply

    I used to smoke cigarettes like a chimney… I’d get severe headaches from smoking so many… then a few years ago I switched to vaping… at first all seemed well, now it’s taking its toll… every morning I’m getting post nasal drip, coughing, severe dry skin accompanied by severe itching to the point I thought I had bed bugs… but thank God I dont… I’m so done with with this crap! They said vaping helps smokers quit… if not cautious it’s an addiction replacement… went up to 12 mg then back to 6mg and what noone tells you is you can get addicted to the throat hit… I know doesn’t make sense but use it long enough and you’ll figure out that in some ways the addiction can be worse…

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