The Welsh government has recently states it plans to ban E-cigarettes in close public space. This would be the first ban of such products in the U.K. The E-cigarettes use in closed communal spaces is already banned in many countries.
The E-cigarettes has been banned on some airplane companies quickly after its release became popular. There are several governmental agencies and organizations that want to ban the use of these products all over the U.S.
Concerns about the E-cigarettes effect on pregnancy and infant development are on the rise, certain substances used by electronic pipe’s and cigarettes can be harmful.
Cases of poisoning from e-cigarette substances have been reported in the U.S. and Europe, most of them affecting young children and adolescents.
The popularity of smoking nicotine based vapors is on the rise and some blame the “alluring” flavors. Children are more likely to start smoking as a transition from electronic cigarettes, meaning more and more future adults will need medical attention as a result of lung and heart problems.
Not many people are well informed about the risks and addiction that can result from “vaping”. Teenagers are starting to be drawn to the products thinking that they are “safe” and will not affect them in the long run.
Add the many shapes and styles that e-ciggs come in which allow for personal customization and you have a “fad” in the making.
Many others consider E-cigarettes a good solution to quitting tobacco cigarettes. But most substances created for E-Cigarettes contain nicotine.
In some cases, the user personally requests a larger dose of nicotine, to be added to the E-cigarette liquid. This is because many do not find that their need for nicotine is satisfied by standard E-liquids.
Thus they end up introducing even larger amounts of nicotine in their bodies than they did when they smoked tobacco.
The E-cigarette industry is expected to become one of the most profitable markets and the Euromonitor is forecasting a worldwide total reaching 50 Billion dollars by 2030.
The inventor of the E-cigarette, Hon Lik, was a teenage smoker and came to conceive the idea after a nicotine patch triggered nightmare. Mr. Lik is a Chinese pharmacist born in 1951, he invented the E-cigarette in 2003.
The E-cigarette use is the subject of many concerns but it has not yet been proven that it causes cancer or other pulmonary diseases.
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