Matthews 1 Rease Matthews August 10, 2019 Vaping Study The Danger Of Vaping Vaping has many risks regardless of the juice or what kind of vape you own. Although others say its not as bad as smoking cigarettes, the safest option is to avoid vaping and smoking anything altogether. Vaping has very many side effects involving your lungs, heart, gums and teeth, and even your brain. Teens all around the world are getting addicted to vaping in other words the nicotine inside of it.“A 2018 study assessed the lung function of 10 people who had never smoked cigarettes immediately after vaping fluids either with or without nicotine. The researchers concluded that vaping both with and without nicotine disrupts normal lung function in otherwise healthy people.”(healthline) How does vaping affect your teeth and gums? Exposure to vaping makes teeth surfaces more likely to developing bacteria and more. It's been proven that vaping may increase the risk of cavities. Vaping is associated with gum inflammation, a known factor in the “development of periodontal diseases.”(healthline) Vaping triggers irritation in the gums, mouth, and throat. Finally, “NAP report from 2018 concluded there’s some evidence that both nicotine and nicotine- free e-cigarettes can damage oral cells and tissues”(healthline) even with people who don’t
Matthews 2 smoke cigarettes cause there are still bad chemicals in the vape itself. How vaping can cause you to have popcorn lungs? The chemicals found in e-cigarette liquid may be a potential cause of popcorn lung . “According to the American Lung Association, using electronic cigarettes or vaping
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