Need a good laugh? Read this amazing story I came across. How do people think like this? “Reputable” media companies should get their facts straight and not base a story on hysteria alone. It’s stories like this that give vaping a bad name.
A new study has found that people suffering from depression, anxiety and other mental disorders are more than twice as likely to spark up an e-cigarette and three times as likely to “vape” regularly than those without a history of mental issues.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego drew their findings from an extensive survey of American smoking habits. Among 10,041 respondents, 14.8% of individuals suffering from mental health disorders said they had tried an e-cigarette, compared with 6.6% of individuals who had no self-reported history of mental disorders.
The e-smokers’ elevated rates of mental disorders reflected the elevated rates of mental illness among smokers in general. The authors note that by some estimates, people suffering from mental disorders buy upwards of 50 percent of cigarettes sold in the U.S. annually.
Many respondents said they switched to e-cigarettes as a gateway to quitting. The FDA has not yet…
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