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HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

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What does it look like?

Vapes work by heating a solution (e-liquid) that typically contains propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine, flavourings and nicotine. This creates a vapour which is inhaled. Disposable carts

Vapes come in different shapes and sizes including: Disposable vape

  • Vape bars – these are shaped like a highlighter pen and are usually disposable, but sometimes rechargeable and refillable with e-liquid capsules
  • Compact pod devices – these are shaped like a flash drive or pebble and can be disposable or rechargeable and refillable with e-liquid capsules
  • Vape pens – these devices contain a ‘tank’ that you can fill with an e-liquid of your choice with a replaceable coil and rechargeable battery
  • Cigalikes – these are designed to look like cigarettes and can be disposable or rechargeable. E-liquids come in different nicotine strengths ranging from 0 mg/ml to 20 mg/ml and come in different flavours. Disposable carts

HOW DO PEOPLE TAKE IT

The vapour is inhaled then breathed out as a cloud. The size of the cloud depends on the device and e-liquid used. Disposable carts

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

How does it make you feel?

When you vape, the nicotine in the vape is what gives you the buzz. This feeling comes from a release of adrenaline which stimulates the body and causes your blood pressure and heart rate to increase, making you breathe faster. Nicotine also activates areas of your brain that are involved in producing feelings of pleasure and reward. If you haven’t vaped nicotine before, you might feel one or more of the following effects: Disposable carts

  • dizziness
  • headache
  • racing heart
  • nausea/possible vomiting
  • stomach cramps
  • weakness

People who use nicotine regularly build up a tolerance to the immediate short-term effects so after a while you might feel:

  • mild stimulation
  • increased ability to concentrate
  • relaxation
  • temporary reduction in the urge to vape

Some of the side effects to vaping are:

  • coughing
  • dry mouth and throat
  • shortness of breath
  • mouth and throat irritation
  • headaches

DURATION

Depending on the type of device and nicotine strength, the first effects begin within a few minutes and peak at 5 to 10 minutes after your first puff. The effects continue to increase while you use the vape and may carry on building for 5 to 10 minutes after your last puff, falling steadily over the next two to three hours. Disposable carts

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

Physical health risks

Nicotine vaping is recommended by the NHS as a way for adults to stop smoking. But it isn’t recommended for non-smokers, especially children and young people under 18.

Vaping is substantially less harmful than smoking but that doesn’t mean it’s harmless.

Smoking gives you nicotine by burning tobacco, which creates many harmful toxins that can cause serious illnesses including cancer, lung disease, heart disease and stroke.

Vaping gives you nicotine by heating e-liquid, which creates fewer toxins and at lower levels. In general, smokers who switch to vaping reduce their exposure to a wide range of toxic substances. This includes tar and carbon monoxide, very harmful compounds which are produced by cigarettes but not by vapes.

But vaping still exposes users to some toxins and we don’t yet know what the risks might be in the longer term. Disposable carts

Disposable carts Nicotine is an addictive substance which can be hard to stop using once you’ve started. Also, nicotine may be riskier for young people than for adults – there’s some evidence that in adolescence the brain is more sensitive to its effects. Nicotine is a toxin and poisoning can happen if larger doses are taken. Find out more about nicotine.

Nicotine vaping products are covered by regulations to protect users, including maximum nicotine strength and bans on certain ingredients. But some disposable vapes on sale are illegal and don’t meet UK quality and safety regulations. They might look like the real thing, but they aren’t so it isn’t possible to know what’s actually in them. Non-nicotine vapes are not covered by the same regulations as nicotine vapes and are not without risk. Disposable carts

Can you get addicted?

Nicotine is an addictive substance and you can become dependent on vapes, especially if you vape nicotine regularly.

Giving up nicotine can be difficult because the body has to get used to functioning without it. Withdrawal symptoms can include cravings, irritability, anxiety, trouble concentrating, headaches and other mental and physical symptoms. Find out more about nicotine.

WHY DO PEOPLE DO DRUGS OR DRINK TO MUCH

People take drugs or drink heavily for lots of reasons. Having a better idea of why your friend takes drugs or drinks heavily will help you when you talk to them.

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

HOW IT LOOKS, TASTES AND SMELLS

To socialise

Some people take drugs or drink occasionally to have fun, socialise and relax. Taking drugs or drinking might not become a problem for these people, and they’ll probably stop when they’re ready to. You can still remind your friend that some drugs are illegal and that drugs and alcohol can affect their physical and mental health, especially if they’re still growing.

To ‘escape’

Some people use drugs or alcohol to escape difficult feelings that they’re struggling to cope with. They might be depressed, anxious or insecure, and they might think the drugs or alcohol are helping them – when they’re actually making things worse. If you think this is the case, talk calmly to your friend and look for ways to help them think about why they’re using drugs or drinking heavily and ways they can manage without them. If necessary, suggest that they look for professional help.

To fit in

Some people take drugs or drink to fit in, or because they’re under pressure to do so by their friends. You could offer to do things with them that don’t involve using drugs or drinking.

To experiment

Some people are just curious. They might try drugs or drink once or twice to see what it’s like and then decide to leave it. Remember that most people who try drugs or drink too much don’t continue doing this.

 

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