Electronic cigarettes (E-cigs) - page 4
by JackStrawRN | 9,587 Views | 35 Comments
Hello everyone, So I saw this old clip today for the first time: and at the 3:23, Letterman's guest begins to suggest that nicotine is not harmful to one's health. Clearly, advocating this E-cigarette device is part of... Read More
- 3Mar 12 by TheGoochQuote from Type1Nurseyes. She is a moron as are most people in Hollywood.Didn't read the whole thread (sorry, on my mobile) but I just had to point out an aside - ahem..... WHAT THE HELL IS JENNY MCARTHY DOING PROMOTING ECIGS IN COMMERCIALS?!?! ISNT SHE THE ONE WHO THINKS VACCINES CAUSE AUTISM??
- 2Mar 18 by T-Bird78Quote from TheGoochBut she "cured" her son's Austism, remember? Oh, wait, her son never had autism.yes. She is a moron as are most people in Hollywood.
Anyway, regarding the e-cig thing, my ex did what the first poster mentioned, he'd switched to the e-cigs and the charger died and it was cheaper to buy a pack of cigarettes than a new charger, and that one pack has led to a carton, and he's a regular smoker now. Regardless how someone chooses to quit smoking, the most important thing is the smoker deciding they're ready to quit. Then they can find the method that works well for them. I never smoked but had relative who did (and that's why I don't smoke; I watched my grandmother have a heart attack when I was 13; she survived that one but the 4th one killed her when I was 18). What I can't understand is how someone could start smoking now, given what we know about the hazards of it.
- 1Mar 20 by BuckyBadgerRN, RNHey! If Jenny McCarthy says its OK and safe to "smoke" e-cigs, well by golly that should be good enough for all of us! After all, look what she did to the fight for vaccinations by telling anyone who would listen that her son "got" autism from being vaccinated!
- 1Nov 18 by jojo489I vape as well. I have been doing so for a new months and while I have picked up the habit a few times, I have not had a cigarette in about a month and as of now have no intention or desire to ever pick one up again.
I just wanted to say about the exploding thing....there are certain ways to take care of them. You're not supposed to puff on them until the tank and the batter get hot to the touch, and you're also not supposed to leave them in the car in severe heat or cold. Also, there are batteries called mods that are basically a hunk of metal that run off of a battery that looks similar to a normal battery but are bigger and rechargeable. Well, with those you have the option to build your own coils and if your coil is too much for your battery, the battery could vent which can cause burns or the older type batteries can explode.
The only thing that I don't agree with is that in the e-cig market, they spend too much time explaining how to use them rather than how to take care of the products themselves. I've seen people come to the shop we go to and complain that their battery doesn't work anymore when we come to find out they left it sit in the sun all day and when they picked it up it was too hot for them to even hold. Or people that don't research how dangerous rebuilding can be when you don't know exactly what you're doing. There are vast arrays of websites and YouTube videos that will explain all these things.
I'm not one to just consume something before I know about it. I researched vegetable glycerine and propylene glycol before I even went to the store, and while I was there the owner was gracious enough to allow me to read all the ingredients on her flavor bottles. I do know what I'm taking in. As far as long terms effects, I know what strictly vaping for almost ten years causes (as I know several people that have been vaping for that amount of time) and each of them has no health issues they did not have before beginning. Long term effects are yet to be seen.
But I will say....I can smell again. I can taste again. I can breath much easier and it takes a lot more to get me winded than ever before. And I have also been tapering down the amount of nicotine and have yet to throw a nic fit bad enough to convince me to pick up a pack of cancer sticks again. Vaping becomes a hobby for some....and that hobby to me is much better than smoking, especially once the nicotine and harmful substances are taken out of the equation.