Ifran Rahman has found some interesting implications of consuming e-cigs. What are they? Well, they’re not positive, but they should play a huge part in creating healthier consumption of the masses in the near future. The underlying problem with e-cigarettes is that since they’ve hit the market the public has deduced them to being a healthier alternative to regular cigarettes. They no doubt are, but the impression is also false because they thing e-cigs are completely health when in fact they hold pretty big health detriments themselves. You might be asking “like what?” by now. The answer may surprise and upset you if you’ve ever consumed one as it had been found that they are a route cause of oral diseased. It has been discovered that when consuming e-cigs inflammatory proteins are released that irritate the gums. The flavoring chemicals also have much of the same effect. When coupled they are only double trouble. One does not offset the other. In addition, e-cigs contain nicotine just like regular cigarettes. Nicotine is an addictive ingredient that also holds routes to oral disease. Download output styles at Endnote.com.
Ifran Rahman holds a PHD and is a Professor of Medicine. He is the man behind the study on e-cigarettes. To hold companies accountable and to better inform the public on safe consumption practices, Ifran Rahman hopes that companies will be more forthcoming when including all the ingredients used in e-cig production. So far it seems that the companies have either not been honest or just plain out lazy in identifying what they’re using. Better knowledge of ingredients will only increase our understanding on the effects of using e-cigs and will hopefully push companies to produce healthier, more consumer friendly products. After all, who in their right mind would be happy with the companies if they continue to not be responsible in their dealings.
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