Are E-Cigarettes Safe?

With the explosive growth of Vaping, we are confronted with several important health questions: Are E-Cigarettes safe? Are we using Vaping to stop smoking cigarettes? Exactly how safe are E-Cigarettes? What are the Risks of Vaping?

Are E-Cigarettes safe?

None of them are “Safe”, they are only relatively dangerous. No drug addiction is “Safe”.

Smoking and vaping are BOTH dangerous. You are probably confusing relative danger with real safety.

The addicted mind, suffering from unchecked Denial, will latch on to this misconception and begin to view the less dangerous route as a safe one. It is not.

Putting foreign substances in your body that have no medicinal value whatsoever is an unnatural act. Any justification for doing so is simply addictive thinking…

What are the Risks of Vaping?

An October 2017 study suggests that Vaping could be damaging lungs in a unique way. There is a growing body of research to suggest “vaping” may have its own set of unique harmful effects.

While E-Cigarette aerosol certainly doesn’t contain the same kinds of carcinogenic compounds as tobacco, the key factor to consider here is that many previous studies have primarily examined the harm of e-cigarettes in relation to the harmful characteristics of cigarettes.

This approach does not consider the unique or novel ways the e-cigarettes themselves could be causing harm.

E-Cigarette use is currently being studied to monitor and measure immune responses in the lung that can contribute to inflammatory lung diseases.

What harmful chemicals are in E-Cigs?

The US Surgeon General lists several known harmful and potentially harmful ingredients:

  • ultra fine particles that can be inhaled deep into the lungs.
  • flavorants such as diacetyl, a chemical linked to serious lung disease.
  • volatile organic compounds.
  • heavy metals, such as nickel, tin, and lead.

Most of these chemicals, and some new ones, are still present in e-Cigarettes, which means they are still very risky.

Do E-Cigarettes cause Cancer?

We do not yet know the answer to this conclusively, but we do know that Vaping damages our DNA.

This type of damage, called a DNA adduct, occurs when toxic chemicals, such as acrolein, react with DNA.

If the cell does not repair the damage so that normal DNA replication can take place, cancer could result.

Head and Neck Cancer Researchers at the University of California at San Diego found that cells lining human organs sustained up to twice the DNA damage seen in unexposed cells.

Why E-Cigarettes can’t help you “Quit Smoking”

Let’s define “Quitting Smoking”.

When we try to quit smoking cigarettes, we are trying to break an addiction to the nicotine that causes the dangerous behavior. E-Cigs are considered tobacco products because most contain nicotine, which comes from tobacco.

Many people who vape began to do so using vaping as their “bridge” motivation to stop smoking . They used E-cigs as a method and means to quit smoking . The problem is, they never did really quit .

They are still inhaling heated chemicals into their entire respiratory system. They are still causing serious health dangers to their entire bodies. They are still ingesting large quantities of nicotine . They have only switched addictions.

Using E-Cigs to stop smoking has the same effect as switching seats on the Titanic.

Switching addictions is not a healthy solution.


So what is the Answer?

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And we want it Addiction-Free.

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4 Replies to “Are E-Cigarettes Safe?”

  1. Thank you for this great information!
    I use to vape until I heard about someone I know had the battery blow up. It doesn’t seem like anything could go wrong, but in fact there are a lot of components to vapes and not knowing what they are could cause major harm!
    I am still working on quitting smoking, but I won’t be replacing it with vaping.
    Thank you for the great info on this topic. It should really be more talked about! I look forward to reading more from you!

    1. Thanks Tim,

      Welcome back and thanks for that honest appraisal about Vaping…. People need to know the truth.

      If you are still trying to stop smoking, everything that I talk about is in the book. I post the blogs as I write them, but the book is the entire program laid out over 5 Days. You will stop on Day #3 for less than you probably spent yesterday on cigarettes…. Procrastination is the Enemy.

      I look forward to seeing your success story here.



  2. Hi John
    What a great article, in fact, your website is awesome.
    I have seen so many people become ill with lung fluid from vaping and when I 1st saw a person vaping, I thought exactly what you have said 1 addiction for another and I’m not sure which is the worst of 2 really unhealthy choices
    I have bookmarked your website for future reference as I have a friend who is trying to throw smokes away and she will value your book I’m sure
    Thank you

    1. Thank you,Vicki ,

      Thank you for your kind words and feedback. 

      Yes, your friend can definitely succeed with my program. The best part is that it costs less than what most people spend in a day to smoke…. Cost doesn’t stop people… Procrastination is the enemy.

      Thanks for the bookmark!

      I will look forward to hearing from you again…

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