E-cigarettes? been cornered into giving such disclaimers

E-cigarettes? Buy or Bye? It is quite ironic that tobacco industry has been forced to confess hazards of smoking by slapping ghastly warnings on cigarette packs, and imposing extremist ads simultaneously all the over the internet about harmful results from smoking due to nicotine. Yet, it hasn’t been cornered into giving such disclaimers on E-cigarettes and other vaping products, promoting E-cigarettes and vaping as a “cure to quit smoking instead”. However, strong evidence has been shown that an extremity of E-cigarettes are containing highly addictive toxins like Carcinogens, Nicotine, and dozens of unregulated ingredients stimulating contradictory effects on the health of young American consumers, paving a dangerous gateway towards tobacco. As a little sister of a brother who had tried vapors to quit smoking a few months ago, only to contradict his purpose making him crave to smoke even more than he usually does. He went from smoking 3 times a day after every meal, to smoking twice as much to able to reduce the cravings. So, he ended up going back to cigarettes in fulfilling his needs. E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that can look like a real cigarette or pen with refillable tanks. There are hundreds of brands, and are marketed as a way to “get your nicotine fix” without the danger of cigarettes. The easily accessed heating device turns the liquid into vapor that you take a drag, emitting no secondhand smoke (only vapor) and produce no ashes or odor. Therefore, E-cigarettes can be used in places where traditional cigarettes aren’t allowed, such as office buildings, bars, and restaurants, making the air safer for everyone to breathe. However, the convenience of E-cigarettes gives young adults and smokers the advantage to smoke even more since they think there are no signs of carbon smokes into the lungs being involved. In which, increases the intake nicotine into the body rather than cutting back the obsessive cancerous factor, creating less of an incentive to quit or cut back on their cigarette use. Nicotine is well known as addictive as heroin a death threatening drug and E-cigarette users, particularly children and teens, may be starting down the road to a lifetime addiction to the substance.The unaware damages exceed beyond control.Rather than putting an end to tobacco intake once and for all. We are blindly promoting an appealing negative E-cigarettes trend for young people through different scents like cotton candy, or chocolate being inserted into the vapes instead. According to the data of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ” Know the Risk”. ” Their use has grown dramatically in the last five years. Today, more high school students use e-cigarettes than regular cigarettes. The use of e-cigarettes is higher among high school students than adults.” Researchers found that until the age of 25, our brain is still growing. So each time a new memory is created or a new skill is learned, stronger connections – or synapses – are built between our brain cells. As young people, our brains build synapses faster than adult brains. Since, addiction is a form of learning, adolescents we can get addicted more easily than adults.  Hence, forcing a gateway for young adults to look for a stronger dosage of nicotine from tobacco becoming addicted to. Although, E-cigarettes creates a safer alternative for long term cigarette smokers who have been unsuccessfully trying to quit smoking, as well as allowing smokers to be able to control the level of nicotine being input into the scents. Yet, despite their positive outcomes, according Matt Richell from the New York Times, ” Use of E-Cigarettes by Young People Is Major Concern, Surgeon General Declares”  he accumulated that “C.D.C reports on smoking trends, found the sharpest drop of traditional cigarette use was among young people, with 13 percent of 18- to-24-year-olds are still smoking.”  Therefore, it proves that there isn’t enough evidence that the increase in E-cigarette use is leading to the drop in smoking. Thus, it evidently signalizes that E-cigarettes aren’t fulfilling the job it was made for. Rather, it extenuate a bigger problem of nicotine abuse. Nicotine Patches and other options can be used for replacement therapy. In which, smokers won’t actually inhale the nicotine directly into their lungs but rather wearing it off slowly. As well as, stopping and preventing young adults in purchasing E-cigarettes, using them with the wrong intentions.                       Sources:Richtel, Matt. “Use of E-Cigarettes by Young People Is Major Concern, Surgeon General Declares.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 8 Dec. 2016 https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/08/health/e-cigarettes-united-states.html”Know the Risks: E-Cigarettes & Young People | U.S. Surgeon General’s Report.” Know the Risks: E-Cigarettes and Young People | U.S. Surgeon General’s Report, e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/.https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/”E-Cigarettes: Weighing the Pros and Cons.” The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse – Addiction Science, Prevention & Treatment Research, 1 Dec. 2016https://www.centeronaddiction.org/e-cigarettes/about-e-cigarettes/e-cigarettes-weighing-pros-and-consCassidy, Susan. “How Electronic Cigarettes Work.” HowStuffWorks Science, HowStuffWorks, 26 Oct. 2011 https://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/everyday-innovations/electronic-cigarette.htmWheeler, Regina Boyle. “The Vape Debate: What You Need to Know.” WebMD, WebMD https://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/features/vape-debate-electronic-cigarettes#1