Many smokers have tried e-cigarettes as a seemingly healthier alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes, but despite being presented as a risk-free solution, vaping could be far more dangerous than many observers would have you believe. Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which can trigger health problems such as substance addiction while also increasing the risk of cancer and heart attacks. E-cigarettes are banned in numerous countries worldwide, including Argentina and Brazil, but a lot more can be done to inform people of the potential dangers of vaping, a practice that is almost as harmful to your health as smoking. For further reading on the topic, take a look at the infographic below from Union Quay Medical Centre in Ireland.
An infographic by the team at Union Quay Medical Centre