More good news for vaping fans </sarcasm>! A recent study has found that vapers were 34% more likely to have a heart attack, 25% more likely to have coronary artery disease and 55% more likely to suffer from depression or anxiety. The study’s lead author Mohinder Vindhyal, MD, assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita had this to say:
“When the risk of heart attack increases by as much as 55 percent among e-cigarettes users compared to nonsmokers, I wouldn’t want any of my patients nor my family members to vape. When we dug deeper, we found that regardless of how frequently someone uses e-cigarettes, daily or just on some days, they are still more likely to have a heart attack or coronary artery disease.”
But rest assured, the e-cigarette crowd out there will be telling how safe these products are.
The facts are mounting against them… vaping is NOT safe. Regardless of what Big Tobacco says.
Read the original article and the research below:
Vaping Raises Risk of Heart Attack and Depression by 34% and 55%, According to Study
E-cigarettes linked to heart attacks, coronary artery disease and depression