Millions of people around the globe are now hooked on the newest, and possibly safer alternative to smoking which is vaping. Throughout the ages, experts have been finding a way to reduce the risk of smokers getting health complications from smoking a tobacco cigarette, and it seems like e-cigarette or vape has provided the answered for this pursuit.
But despite its popularity, e-cigarettes and its users are still facing negative criticisms from many people these days, especially from those who don’t really know how this thing works and how different its component and ingredient is from a typical tobacco cigarette.
One of the much-debated topics about e-cigarettes is whether the second-hand vapor it produces has potential health risks for non-users or not. But before we answer that question, it has to be clarified that whether you smoke tobacco or an e-cigarette, it is simply wrong and disrespectful to smoke or vape in public areas where the general public can unwillingly inhale the second-hand vapor you produce.
That said, we cannot deny the fact there are few delinquent e-cigarette users who still use their device in public spaces. There could also be some situations where a non-user has willingly joined a group of e-cigarette users in the midst of their vaping session. These instances have raised the question of whether long-term or even short-term exposure to second-hand vapor poses a serious threat to the respiratory health of non-users.
So, should we worry about second-hand vapor of e-cigarettes or not? To answer this question, a very interesting infographic from Vape Icon has revealed some surprising and mind-opening facts that will help you better understand how vaping works, and how the vapor it produces is very much different than those of tobacco cigarettes.