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    Guys so I vape once in a while (once a week) and I was just wondering how harmful is it to my body? I've seen so many articles that don't have conclusive proof other than than the fact that it's less harmful than cigarettes. Mind you I've rarely smoked cigarettes and I like vaping primarily cuz of the different flavors and smoke and I wanted to know if I do it once a week it's okay or not?

    #2
    Full honesty: You are taking in harmful chemicals so yes it is harmful, how much can be debated. It is also addictive so it could become more of a habit. Is it as harmful as some sources claim? Is it worse than the air in cities? I can't answer those.

    Can I say much more because I have a well fed addiction to caffeine? Nope, other than it did start out as a couple sodas on the weekend.

    Pick your vice and go from there, it could be worse.

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      #3
      Personally, I don't think that vaping is a good idea. Because we don't know a whole lot about them, most sources claim that vaping bad due to the common misconception that it is safe. Many teenagers and young adults think that they are fine to use when in actuality they still have harmful chemicals. There have already been studies that show that vaping leads to Popcorn Lung.

      If you're asking for my recommendation, quit vaping.

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        #4
        We don't know about it's long term results - right NOW we think it is less bad than smoking, but we have 100+ years of data on smoking. Much less on this. And some scaryness abt popcorn lung. That said- anything only once a week is a fairly innocuous vice. Vaping once a week is less bad than coke or heroin once a week, but possibly the same/worse than smoking.

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          #5
          Comin' from another angle, why not NOT doing it?

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            #6
            To vape or not to vapeā€¦there's no question!!
            (This ^ is a great article that explains a lot about vaping)
            *the short video below is included in the article if you are not interested in reading


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              #7
              Originally posted by The Unamed View Post
              Guys so I vape once in a while (once a week) and I was just wondering how harmful is it to my body? I've seen so many articles that don't have conclusive proof other than than the fact that it's less harmful than cigarettes. Mind you I've rarely smoked cigarettes and I like vaping primarily cuz of the different flavors and smoke and I wanted to know if I do it once a week it's okay or not?
              Yes it is harmful even if you do it once in a while.

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                #8
                Running made me value the health of my lungs more than anything else I've ever undertaken. I wish I could take back all my smoking and vaping but I can't. If you're vaping with nicotine the addiction is awful to stop and becomes an extra challenge in life that's haunted me several times. Still wouldn't recommend vaping without nicotine as it is less healthy than just breathing air. I finally quit vaping right before 2020 started and am extremely grateful to myself. My lung function is better while lifting and running and I feel much better.

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                  #9
                  The main advantage of vaping is that it is not as harmful to health as cigarettes and is not as dangerous for passive smokers. I turned to my friend who is selling it. The knowledge that he has is priceless and proves he really is committed to delivering the best information and customer service. I would recommend contacting him to anyone who is looking to ditch cigarettes. One of the biggest advantages of it that you could do your own juice, with what flavor you desire, and also you can adjust the quantity of the nicotine in it. I use a nicotine shot calculator for an exact amount of nicotine to add it to the juice and make a perfect combination of flavor and nicotine.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by MattW View Post
                    The main advantage of vaping is that it is not as harmful to health as cigarettes and is not as dangerous for passive smokers. I turned to my friend who is selling it. The knowledge that he has is priceless and proves he really is committed to delivering the best information and customer service. I would recommend contacting him to anyone who is looking to ditch cigarettes. One of the biggest advantages of it that you could do your own juice, with what flavor you desire, and also you can adjust the quantity of the nicotine in it. I use a nicotine shot calculator for an exact amount of nicotine to add it to the juice and make a perfect combination of flavor and nicotine.
                    Wow, I did not know there is such a calculator. Am I old?

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                      #11
                      MattW ... you said: "The main advantage of vaping is that it is not as harmful to health as cigarettes" ... the key phrase is "not as harmful". Not that it is "not harmful", just that is a bit less harmful. That is hardly "encouraging".
                      And ... asking for information from "a friend who sells it" may not provide you with a reliable or accurate source of information.
                      Let's just put the cautionary note: inhaling contaminates is likely to be bad for you, and for your lungs. Some of the chemicals inhaled in cigarette smoke and marijuana smoke are well-recognized poisons! The term "coffin nails" was used to refer to cigarettes over 50 years ago - well before the poison content and the link to many deaths was proven in courts up to and including the Federal level. So, maybe you ought not take the word of a non-scientist whose livelihood depends on the use of these products.

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