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  • Can Vapers Overdose on Nicotine? 

    Can Vapers Overdose on Nicotine? 

    The average vaper has little chance of overdosing on nicotine. As long as you aren’t abusing the products or using them unsafely, you have nothing to worry about. The big risk is of somebody ingesting nicotine-containing e-liquid. Vapers should take steps to keep e-liquids out of reach of children and pets - much as they would with other potentially dangerous household products like bleach and laundry detergent. But on the whole, nicotine-containing e-liquids are safe. Nicotine poisoning from vaping Research shows that smokers and vapers ‘self-titrate’ their nicotine intake. This means that they adjust how much they smoke or vape...
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  • How One Vaper Beat His Nicotine Addiction

    How One Vaper Beat His Nicotine Addiction

    Many smokers choose to switch to vaping for the health benefits. Because it is easier to control your nicotine intake with e-cigarettes, vape kits can also be used to help people slowly wean themselves off the addictive drug. For this blog post, we spoke to one ex-smoker who used e-cigarettes to slowly reduce his nicotine intake and eventually quit smoking and vaping altogether. Vaping can help you stop using tobacco An estimated 2.9 million adults in Great Britain use e-cigarettes and more than half of these have been able to completely stop smoking cigarettes, according to the National Health Service...
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  • Nicotine Is No Worse than Your Double Latte

    Nicotine Is No Worse than Your Double Latte

    Urging tobacco smokers to switch to safer forms of nicotine, the UK’s Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has claimed that nicotine is ‘no more harmful to health than caffeine’. Alarmingly, the organisation found that nine out of ten people still believe that nicotine by itself is harmful. In reality, RSPH claims, the chemical is no worse than the caffeine found in you morning cup of Joe. Nicotine is harmful in tobacco cigarettes largely because it is combined with other dangerous ingredients including tar, arsenic and carbon monoxide. In these circumstances, the addictive chemical is dangerous because it keeps smokers...
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