Nowadays, youth can’t help talking about the vaping vs smoking situation.
Well, everyone says thatvaping is mostly considered as an ideal alternative.
This late craze may not be seen as a health concern; the new found popularity of vaping. Everyone is asking if Juul’s bad for you or not, if Bluecigs are the answer.
Yet, and to be totally honest, most studies claim that vaping is not as cool and harmless as you think. Effects of vaping and its danger are, until nowadays, unclear and vague.
Recent statistics show that about 3 654 000 middle and high school students vape, or use e-cigs, regularly in US only, ‘Vapes’ or ‘E-Cigarettes’ are flying off the shelves like candy.
Moreover, a new University of California’s study claims thatvapingproduce a stress response in neural stem cells, which can damage the brain heavily
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First things first, vapingis the newest way to get nicotine into the body, and we all know that nicotine is highly addictive and can affect your brain’s development.
However, studies talking about and trying to understand vaping are rare, for it is new. We still don’t know yetits long term effect.
About a month ago, another study that attacks vaping and e-cigarettes business was published by the University of California; it claims that vapes, and due to inhaling the unknown vape produced by e-cigs, affect stem cells which are unspecialized cells that can grow into and take the job of any type of the body’s cells (about 200 cell’s genres).
The claim is that electronic cigarettes damage their mitochondria (the source of cell’s life and respiration).
According to Professor Prue Talbot and Doctor AtenaZahedi, who lead the study, this can be explained by the fact that nicotine is related to stress from a first sight. In addition to that, vaping or using electronic cigarettes causes the neural stem cells to get overloaded with calcium which leads immediately to cell’s death.
Moreover, another study, from the same source, claimed that vaping may be related directly to heart attacks. Another vaping fact that makes us wonder why vapers are so available and so attractive, psychologically speaking.