Another vaping study on Nicotine! Agenda-Based Study “Reality Check!”

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More agenda-based studies about vaping and nicotine. Let’s take another “reality-check!”

image of young athletic youth vaping for a blog article by Dr Vape It's Informer addressing more agenda-based studies about nicotine exposure

Do you believe that smoking just one e-cigarette might expose users to enough nicotine to trigger an adrenaline surge in the heart that can contribute to high blood pressure and other health problems?

Dr. Holly Middlekauff, of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles went on to say that EXTENDED use of nicotine could expose you to high adrenaline levels in the heart. So, does coffee!!!

Have you ever had too many cups of coffee and feel jittery? What do you do? I stop drinking coffee. You can also vape without nicotine!
Even Middlekauff herself says current cigarette smokers would be better off switching to e-cigs!

Are e-cigarettes a safer option? 

Dr. Holly Middlekauff, of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles went on to say that EXTENDED use of nicotine could expose you to high adrenaline levels in the heart. So, does coffee!!!

Researchers in Greece measured heart function and blood pressure in 22 young adults before and after using e-cigarettes. Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos of the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Greece presented a scientific paper on the study at the European Society of Cardiology in 2012. He says the subjects showed none of the acute cardiovascular problems associated with smoking traditional cigarettes (including impact on heart pumping function and increased systolic blood pressure). 

Researchers saw a significant increase in subjects’ blood pressure after they smoked a traditional tobacco cigarette. After subjects smoked an e-cigarette, they saw only a slight increase in diastolic blood pressure. “This is an indication that although nicotine was present in the liquid used, it is absorbed at a lower rate compared to regular cigarette smoking,” Dr. Farsalinos says.

He recommends that researchers continue to study the effects of e-cigarettes. However, he says, “Considering the extreme hazards associated with cigarette smoking, currently available data suggest that electronic cigarettes are far less harmful and substituting tobacco with electronic cigarettes may be beneficial to health.” 

Don’t Smoke it! Vape it!

3 Comments on “Another vaping study on Nicotine! Agenda-Based Study “Reality Check!””

  1. I love my vape but I have noticed sores in my mouth so I stopped for a bit cause they hurt .So I went back to smoking yuk

    1. Hey Brenda, take a trip to any well-informed vaping store and they should be able to set you up with a cool device and a flavor that does not cause any irritation to your gums. You know that a lot of side effects arise when we quit smoking and they all subside eventually because vaping is so less harmful!

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