Question: What Are The Side Effects Of A Juul?

Other side effects may include coughing, dry or sore throat, dizziness, nausea or stomach ache, and headaches.

While e-cigarettes are less harmful than tobacco products, JUULs still contain chemicals and nicotine and should be treated with the same caution and concern as cigarettes.

How bad is a Juul?

One JUUL pod contains 20 cigarettes worth of nicotine.

While less toxic than combustible cigarettes, e-cigarettes can make youth more likely to use cigarettes and still contain toxins and the addictive chemical nicotine, which is harmful to adolescent brain development.

What JUULs do to your lungs?

Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, put nicotine into your lungs and bloodstream. And they do it without the smoke and tar of a regular cigarette. But other harmful things can get into your body when you vape. That’s especially true if you use flavored cigarettes.

What long term effects does JUULing have?

Nicotine is a highly addictive drug with many negative health effects, including increased heart rate and blood pressure, diabetes and lung disease. Young people are uniquely vulnerable to nicotine’s long-term effects. It’s damaging to brain development and may increase the risk of addiction to other drugs.

What does vaping do to your body?

Nicotine is also a toxic substance. It raises your blood pressure and spikes your adrenaline, which increases your heart rate and the likelihood of having a heart attack. There are many unknowns about vaping, including what chemicals make up the vapor and how they affect physical health over the long term.