Vaping might not be as harmful as tobacco smoking, but it is not an entirely safe activity. There is much that is not understood about it. It causes EVALI (E-cigarette- or vaping-use-associated lung injury) in some. It appears that this condition is more likely to occur in some genetically predisposed individuals. It is a rare issue, but still a cause of concern.
Researchers have identified a few factors associated with higher EVALI risk, like vitamin E acetate or vaping high THC vapes. At CBD Oil King, we do not sell such products. We sell only certified products known to be safe and products that do not contain any known harmful substances.
Though we aim to make vaping safe, that is only possible through mass awareness. If you do not smoke, then we discourage starting vaping. Ideally, one should avoid vaping. With that said, if you still vape or use vapes to quit smoking, you might like to understand how often you should hit a vape.
This article aims to guide you through the process of finding your personal ‘sweet spot’ for vaping, highlighting the factors to consider for a safe and enjoyable experience.
First and foremost, identify why you are vaping. Are you trying to quit smoking, using CBD for potential health benefits, or vaping recreationally? Your reasons for vaping will significantly influence how often you should hit a vape.
For newcomers to vaping, the rule of thumb is to start slow. Begin with a few puffs, wait a few minutes to assess your feelings, and then decide whether you need more. This approach allows your body to adjust.
The concentration of your CBD vape juice is vital for those vaping CBD. Read the product label to understand the CBD content per puff, and do your study about how much CBD is safe per day.
Pay attention to how your body responds. If you start feeling lightheaded, dizzy, or experiencing a dry mouth, these could be signs that you are vaping too frequently.
Different vape devices and settings can affect how much vapor and substance you inhale per puff. Adjusting your device’s temperature and airflow settings can change your vaping experience significantly and, thus, how often you may want to vape.
The frequency of hits for social or recreational vapers will likely vary based on the social setting. It is key, however, to remain mindful and not let social pressures dictate your vaping habits.
Chain vaping, or taking multiple hits in quick succession, can lead to a phenomenon known as ‘vaper’s tongue,’ overheating of the device, and potential e-liquid consumption at an unhealthy rate. Give your device and your body breaks between sessions.
The question, “How often should you hit a vape?” does not have a one-size-fits-all answer. It depends on various factors, including your reasons for vaping, the substance you are vaping, your body’s response, and the device you are using.
Remember, vaping should be a pleasant experience, not a source of discomfort or stress. By approaching it with awareness and respect for your body’s signals, you can find a balance that suits your lifestyle and needs. Infrequent vaping may also help avoid adverse consequences.
Disclaimer: All of our products are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is recommended to check with doctor before starting a new dietary supplement program. All CBD products sold have less than 0.2% THC content and abide by both EU an UK law.