The use of e-cigarettes has been gaining popularity, but they are still shrouded in mystery. Add to that studies with catchy headlines, linking its use to various diseases, and it’s clear why people still feel like they’re entering uncharted territory. Fear is born out of ignorance and the Internet often feeds it by playing on people’s fears. Those lacking experience are just one click away from discovering that daily vaping will cause them to die prematurely, lose their teeth, or kill penguins in Antarctica by contributing to global warming.

Here are some of the most incredible questions people have asked about this popular habit, proving that it is still unknown even though it is becoming ubiquitous:
Heavy smokers are known to have hideous yellow coatings on their teeth. Those who vape don’t have that problem: their teeth fall out and that’s much more aesthetically pleasing. Or at least that’s what the people who asked the question and reached out to the Internet community for help, for advice, heard.

Some people won’t settle for their dry vaporizer, but they want to drink e-liquid because they like the smell of it and would like to see how it tastes. That is a very Heets IQOS UAE 
bad idea because it can lead to a nicotine overdose that can even result in death in the most extreme cases. According to estimates, 50-60 mg of nicotine can kill an adult. Even if it doesn’t result in death, it definitely harms the body, so drinking e-liquid is not recommended for anyone.

This one definitely falls into a category of the most incredible questions people ask, but it also reveals the most common underlying fear that vaping will cause cancer. According to the review, e-cigarettes “are likely to be much less harmful than conventional cigarettes” and their health risks are minimal, thanks to the lack of tobacco and combustion. While there are some studies showing how e-cigarettes can have a “damaging effect on DNA cells,” none of them examined the likelihood that they cause cancer in humans. They are not harmless, but the fact is that they do not have a significantly negative impact on health.