Who Shouldn't Smoke Ecigs Containing Nicotine?
We all know (or should know) that smoking kills. No one gets any health benefit from smoking. It brings only smoking-related diseases. Still, too many people do it and will continue to do so for at least the next decade. But there are people who are not medically allowed to smoke. Those might wonder whether they are allowed to smoke electronic cigarettes. The answer is no, at least not e-cigs containing nicotine. See http://www.sandsoft.com for more information.
Electronic cigarettes are indeed bliss for smokers bringing them more advantages than they ever hoped to get. But they are not candy and the manufacturers don’t encourage certain vulnerable categories of people to use them. If you are among them, it’s better not to start smoking as the producers themselves don’t recommend it.
First of all, you need to be of legal smoking age to use any e-cigarette. That age varies according to the location. It’s prohibited for children to use any e-cigarettes. In the U.S.A., the legal smoking age varies from 18 to 19, according to the state. Most states (46) allow you to purchase once you turn 18, while Utah, District of Columbia, Alaska, Alabama and District of Columbia keep the age of 19 for purchasing. New York City and a few towns from Massachusetts set the purchase age to 21.
Nicotine e-cigs shouldn’t be used by breastfeeding or pregnant women. It’s actually a no-brainer to have any type of addiction during those very vulnerable periods of time when you have to think about your unborn or newborn child. If you are allergic to glycerin, propylene glycol, nicotine or inhalants, you shouldn’t try e-cigs.
It’s prohibited for people who have high blood pressure or diabetes to smoke e-cigs too. If you know that you are at risk of heart disease, it’s better to avoid them. Nicotine is not recommended when you get treatment for asthma or psychological disorders such as depression.
Electronic cigarettes are amazing for all smokers. But people who shouldn’t inhale or ingest nicotine shouldn’t use them. Don’t start smoking e-cigs if you are at risk. Also, don’t encourage children to try them, not even once. If you have a certain medical condition and you’re not sure whether you’re allowed to smoke electronic cigarettes or not, talk to your physician and to the manufacturer’s representatives. They should clear all your doubts. V2 cigs for example provide a complete list of ingredients. Show it to your physician and ask for approval.