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Three Common Myths About E-Cigarettes

An e-cigarette is an electronic device that often resembles a regular cigarette, and it offers a tobacco-free smoking experience to users. The device contains a liquid (known as an e-liquid) that produces a mist or vapor when heated up. The vapor is what the smoker inhales, and the practice is often referred to as “vaping.” E-cigarettes are not well understood by the general public, especially by people who do not use them. The following are three common myths about these devices.

Myth #1: All E-cigarettes Contain Nicotine

E-cigarettes were first developed as a smoking cessation aid, and many of them do contain small amounts of nicotine in order to provide it to former smokers in a tobacco-free form. However, there are many e-liquids on the market today that contain no nicotine at all. Nicotine-free e-liquids typically contain propylene glycol (a sweet-tasting chemical frequently used in food processing), vegetable glycerin, and flavorings like vanilla, cinnamon, or fruit. Many users find that they prefer the flavor and sensation of nicotine-free e-liquids and use them exclusively.

Myth #2: Vaping Leads To Smoking

Although they were designed to help smokers quit, e-cigarettes have become fashionable on their own, and many people smoke both regular cigarettes and electronic ones. Consequently, there is a perception that e-cigarettes are a kind of gateway drug to tobacco. However, there is no evidence that this is the case. Many people smoke electronic cigarettes without ever trying tobacco.

Myth #3: E-cigarettes Are Unregulated And Therefore Dangerous

In the past, electronic cigarettes were not subject to federal regulations, but that changed in August of 2016. The FDA now evaluates the safety of e-liquid ingredients, requires labeling, and bans the sale of the devices to minors. In addition, manufacturers of e-liquids must register with the FDA and meet certain safety standards. In fact, e-cigarettes are much safer than tobacco cigarettes because they contain none of the harmful chemicals present in smoke. According to one public health study, they are 95% safer than traditional cigarettes.

The popularity of vaping is growing year by year with no sign of slowing down. People who are considering taking up the hobby can check out this site to learn more Facts on vaping.