Are E Cigs Safe?

South Beach Smoke Are E Cigs Safe? Regarding e-cigarettes, this question comes up continuously. Current users sometimes question them and people who have never tried them are always cautious. The tobacco industry surely is not on board, and many people wonder if they really are healthier and safer than smoking regular cigarettes. Any kind of new product that creates such a buzz, and acquires so many fans in such a short time will surely have naysayers, but here is some info, as well as facts that will provide some insight.

When it comes to safety, common sense goes a very long way. Nicotine, whether you get it from a tobacco cigarette, or an e-cig, is still not meant to be used by those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. And for those who have serious medical issues like high blood pressure, asthma, heart conditions or diabetes, like anything recreational, you should check with your doctor before doing. The FDA has not issued any kind of warning directly instructing, or stating that caution should be kept when using them. Throughout Europe, and even the WHO (World Health Organization) they have been regarded as safe, and surely a much safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes. And by comparison, it took an enormous amount of legislation to have warnings put onto cigarettes, and that was even after millions of deaths occurred. E-cigs do not have formaldehyde, arsenic, smoke, tar, ash, combustion, carcinogens, nor any kind of additive chemicals. The nicotine solution used is transferred via water, hence the water vapor that creates the look of smoke. Simply put, for these reasons, e-cigarettes are healthier and safer.

Of course, with so many alternative cigarette companies out there, and new ones popping up all the time, it can be hard to decipher fact from fiction, as well as quality from junk. Be cautious when making decision, and read lots of e-cig reviews. Go with a reputable, well-known company that discloses health information. A responsible, genuine company will make it apparent that minors (those under the age of 18) are not legally able to buy or smoke nicotine products, and this extends even to e-cigarettes.

With all of the hype, media attention, celebrities smoking them, and millions of dollars in sales, there are many out there who are just waiting for the chance to take the e-cigarette empire down. However, with all of that attention, it means the focus is even greater, and if electronic cigarettes were such a great threat to the health of millions of people, action would have been taken by now.