Know how e-cigarette affect heart

September 9, 2019 in electronicscampaign

Know how e-cigarette effect our heart

Nowadays the craze of e-cigarette has increased significantly among cigarette lovers. Today’s youth believe that e-cigarettes are less harmful than other cigarettes. If you think the same way, let me tell you that this is not the case at all. It is as dangerous as a normal cigarette. A research has revealed that e-cigarettes contain the same toxic chemical substances found in tobacco smoke. This disrupts the anti-bacterial defense mechanism of the lungs. Therefore, it is very important to be banned.

What is an e-cigarette
An e-cigarette is a type of electronic inhaler filled with nicotine and other chemical liquid. This inhaler converts this liquid into steam using the energy of the battery, which makes the drinker feel like smoking cigarettes. ENDS are devices that are used to heat an solution to make aerosols, which also have different flavors. But the liquid used in e-cigarettes is sometimes nicotine and many times even more dangerous chemicals. In addition, some brands use formaldehyde in e-cigarettes, which are extremely dangerous and carcinogenic.

Serious heart problems
Doctors say that nicotine used in e-cigarettes is a narcotic, so the drinker gets addicted to it. Its addiction occurs in a short time. If after a few days of use, if the drinker stops drinking it, then he starts feeling restless. Giving information, the doctors said, since e-cigarettes do not use tobacco like normal cigarettes, people consider it safe. But it can be fatal for the heart.

Medical experts have demanded the new government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop the addiction of electronic cigarettes (electronic cigarette), which is spreading rapidly among children and youth. On this subject, doctors say that the misconception has been spread in society that e-cigarettes are less harmful than tobacco-containing cigarettes. Due to this misconception, its trend is increasing among the youth. This is the reason that addiction to e-cigarette smoking is increasing rapidly in children and young people, while all studies and research have proved that e-cigarette is as harmful as normal cigarette.

Sales restricted in 36 countries
Experts say that in the 12 states of the country, including Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Puducherry, Jharkhand and Mizoram have banned e-cigarettes. The sale of e-cigarettes is also banned in 36 countries worldwide.

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