Be fond of e-cigarettes so be careful, Scientists made an intimidating claim in new research


Cigarettes are harmful to health, it can cause serious and fatal diseases like cancer, which is known by almost everyone, but e-cigarettes are considered less harmful. A report said that e-cigarettes are considered to be 95 percent less harmful than smoking and for those who are unable to give up cigarettes, e-cigarettes can be helpful. But a recent report suggests that e-cigarettes, considered an alternative to cigarettes, may have serious disadvantages. According to research, e-cigarette-born chemicals go into the lungs of humans to create a new combination that is similar to poison for living cells.

According to scientists, those chemicals that produce flavors such as vanilla, berry, and cinnamon can mix with other solvent liquids in e-cigarette equipment and become a health hazard. New research suggests that the chemicals inside the devices may be toxic to the lungs or blood vessels and heart cells.

This new research has been done by researchers from the Yale University of America. According to the researchers, e-cigarette chemicals can cause many problems, including increased heart rate, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, and difficulty breathing.

According to Professor Sven-Erik Jord of the team of researchers, "This is the first evidence to prove that these new chemicals can damage lung cells." In some cases, more than 40 percent of flavored chemicals turn into new chemicals in e-cigarettes, until now almost nothing was known about their toxicity. '

In 2018, a report came in which Professor N. of Tobacco Addiction at King's College London. McNeil had said, "When people smoke tobacco cigarettes, they carry 7,000 components of smoke inside, 70 of which are considered to be cancer-causing, but these elements in e-cigarettes are either in very small amounts. Are or are not there. So we believe e-cigarettes cause less harm. ' However, this new report stands in sharp contrast, claiming that e-cigarettes can cause serious harm.