Vaping is often misunderstood or thought of as just another form of smoking. Certainly that is how it can look to anybody who isn’t ‘in the know’, but the reality is quite different. So here is an attempt to clear up any confusion about vaporizers in a brief guide for you to skim or to share.
Vaping – WHAT?
Vaping is the inhalation of water vapor from an electronic cigarette (which can also be called a an e-cigarette, a vaporizer or simply a vape). There are many vapors available in all sorts of flavors but the key is that none of them contain tobacco, the most harmful component of cigarette smoke. Some e-cigarettes contain nicotine in various strengths or concentrations but many are nicotine-free.
E-cigarettes do not burn or require ash trays, are odorless and are more cost-effective than tobacco cigarettes in the long run. In the United States, they are regulated and approved by the FDA.
Vaping – HOW?
Vaporizers are electronic devices that produce an aerosol. They are rechargeable and can be refilled with cartridges containing different e-liquids. The vaporizer contains a battery and an atomizer which heats up the liquid, turning it to vapor which can then be inhaled through the mouthpiece.
Vaporizers are available in all shapes and sizes but most people who use them (known as vapers) start with disposable e-cigarettes or with a personal, portable device. They can be purchased anywhere, including online where you can also find detailed reviews and recommendations.
Vaping – WHY?
Many vapers use e-cigarettes to help them quit smoking by replacing regular cigarettes entirely or engaging in dual-use. It is undeniably healthier and the range of options available means that anyone suffering from nicotine withdrawal can control their nicotine intake or reduce it over time. E-liquids without nicotine can also be used to replicate the addictive behaviors and feeling of holding and inhaling a cigarette, without the harmful chemicals.
Because the habit and appearance of vaping mimics that of smoking, vaping can also become a social tool for ex-smokers who would otherwise feel out of place among cigarette smokers and tempted to join in. This alleviates the social pressure from long-time friendship groups that can often be one of the most difficult challenges for anyone trying to quit smoking.
Vaping has also become a recreational hobby for many vapers, who enjoy the sensations of inhaling flavored vapor. While the culture of rebelliousness among some vapers is similar to the one that popularized smoking in decades past, the choice of tobacco-free vapors over cigarette smoke shows that users have made a positive choice not to put their own health on the line just to stand out.
Today the vaping community is made up of smokers and non-smokers alike, who share their passion for electronic cigarettes all around the world and even online. They enjoy discovering and recommending new combinations of e-liquids, flavors and vaporizers for their own sake, beyond the health considerations that may have initially drawn them to vaping.
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