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By: Mia YoungSlide2
What are Vaporizers and E-cigarettes?
Vaping is defined as the act of inhaling water vapor through a personal vaporizer or electronic cigarette. When users draw on the device, the battery heats the liquid, which is then atomized into an inhalable vapor.
E-cigarettes are battery operated inhalers that consist of a rechargeable battery, a cartridge called a cartomizer and an LED that lights up at the end when you puff on the device.Slide3
Short and Long Term Effects of Vaping
- The chemicals in E-cigarettes can cause shortness or breath and sometimes dizziness.
- Some chemicals in the vaping can actually slower the reproductive system for women who use vape continuously
Chemicals in e-cigarettes can damage lung tissue, provoking inflammation. That damage can reduce the ability of the lungs to keep out germs and other harmful substances, new studies show. E-cigarettes severely damage the lung and can cause lung cancer.
Vaporizers can cause just about the same effects as E-cigarettes, as both drugs are bad, vaping is actually slightly better. But, if you inhale the vapor into your mouth out your nose, some long term damage can be done through the pathway to your nose.Slide4
National Statistics- All over our country
E-cigarette and Vaping products have grown dramatically in the past decade. There are 466 brands and more than 7,700 flavors on the market, the policy report says. Use among teens nearly doubled from 2015 to 2016, and nearly 7% of teens have tried them. About 24 million young people have seen e-cigarette and vaper marketing, according to a recent paper in the journal
Regional Statistics- All over in Michigan
E-cigarettes may be particularly attractive to youth due to their novelty; the fact that they are sold in places easily accessible to youth, such as mall kiosks and gas stations; and their availability in flavors appealing to youth, including chocolate, strawberry, peach, and mango.
As of August 8, 2016, the U.S. and Michigan FDA imposed a minimum purchase age of 18 for selling e-cigarettes to minors.Slide6
Forms of addiction
E-cigarettes form of addiction-
Of the three types of nicotine, researchers found that all the brands of e-liquid they tested were the strongest form - free-base nicotine that is easily absorbed by the body.
Vaping form of addiction-
anyone can get addicted to flavored water vapor as far as the less harmful than the addiction from nicotine and about 1000 other toxic chemicals housed inside those attractive, cylindrical casings with names like Marlboro or Salem.
Using Vape and E-cigarettes both include nicotine which can definitely cause the addiction using it on the first try or the next.Slide7
Legal Issues for teens
Some legal things that teens can do, is that at the age of 18, teens can freely use e-cigarettes and vaporizers.
Some people who think e-cigarettes and vaporizers should be band could also protest against or try banning the uses of both drugs.Slide8
Where to find help
Addiction Recovery Center
The Water Shed
National Drug & Alcohol Addiction Hotline- (866)-329-4515
Michigan Drug & Alcohol Hotline- (866)-243-9770
Street name for e-cigarettes- E-cigs
Street name for vaporizers- Dope or vape
Smoking cigarettes ad e-cigarettes is known to cause damage to every organ in your body, and smoking-related illnesses are responsible for one out of every five deaths in the U.S.
Currently, there are more than 250 brands of "e-cigarettes" available in such flavors as watermelon, pink bubble gum and Java, and in more colors than the iPhone 5C.
The Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association estimates about 4 million Americans now use battery powered cigarettes.Slide10