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I have been gaping for 10 years, a few months ago I tried salt nic but it was to strong for me so (causing shortness of breath and a tingling sensation throughout my body that would last about 30 seconds) so o I went back to regular nic juice. Last night I took a hit of bars ecigg (it was filled with 35mg of salt nic which I was aware of, stupidly I took a big hit) the reaction was instantaneous!! (quick note, I am 38 w/ high blood pressure and do manage it with medication. I am of normal height and weight. But heart health issues do run in my family) the reaction included not being able to breath, I couldn't move my body at all, I couldn't even open my eyes (maybe a flutter I was told but my eyes were rolled into the back of my head), tiggling all over my body starting in my scalp and it was like a rush down to my toes, when I was able to breath again it was a weird almost hyper ventilating which caused a very weird sneeze that felt like it came from my mouth not my nose. This whole thing lasted what felt like hours but in reality probably about 10 minutes. It was the scariest thing I've ever felt. I had a headache after, extreme fatigue, and slow moving.ike I walked slow, moved slow, etc. Has anyone ever experienced this? Obviously ill never use salt nic again ans I know I took to big of a hit and my body wasn't used to it but it wasn't a super high concentration ans I don't think this should have happened. My bf was completely freaked out ans wanted to take to the hospital. I chose not to go as it stopped for the most part after 15 minutes. If anyone has experienced this I would love to know what you think this may have been, or if you have experience in the medical field, etc. Any advice would be helpful. Im worried about the potential lasting effects it could have on me. Thanks.

I have been gaping for 10 years, a few months ago I tried salt nic but it was to strong for me so (causing shortness of breath and a tingling sensation throughout my body that would last about 30 seconds) so o I went back to regular nic juice. Last night I took a hit of bars ecigg (it was filled with 35mg of salt nic which I was aware of, stupidly I took a big hit) the reaction was instantaneous!! (quick note, I am 38 w/ high blood pressure and do manage it with medication. I am of normal height and weight. But heart health issues do run in my family) the reaction included not being able to breath, I couldn’t move my body at all, I couldn’t even open my eyes (maybe a flutter I was told but my eyes were rolled into the back of my head), tiggling all over my body starting in my scalp and it was like a rush down to my toes, when I was able to breath again it was a weird almost hyper ventilating which caused a very weird sneeze that felt like it came from my mouth not my nose. This whole thing lasted what felt like hours but in reality probably about 10 minutes. It was the scariest thing I’ve ever felt. I had a headache after, extreme fatigue, and slow moving.ike I walked slow, moved slow, etc. Has anyone ever experienced this? Obviously ill never use salt nic again ans I know I took to big of a hit and my body wasn’t used to it but it wasn’t a super high concentration ans I don’t think this should have happened. My bf was completely freaked out ans wanted to take to the hospital. I chose not to go as it stopped for the most part after 15 minutes. If anyone has experienced this I would love to know what you think this may have been, or if you have experience in the medical field, etc. Any advice would be helpful. Im worried about the potential lasting effects it could have on me. Thanks.

Submitted October 11, 2020 at 05:51PM by mamaofthreemunchkins
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