Japanese media: the dangers of electronic cigarettes, the adverse effects of blood clots and sidestream smoke

According to Japanese media reports, people who smoke e-cigarettes containing nicotine are more likely to develop blood clots, and their blood pressure and pulse will increase significantly. This is a survey of adults under the age of 45 who have no major diseases. Blood tests after smoking are used to check the possibility of blood clots. It has been confirmed that 23% of blood clots, pulse and blood pressure are more likely to occur after 15 minutes of smoking. 10% higher. This is no different from the previously known effects of cigarettes, which indicates that e-cigarettes, like cigarettes, are very likely to increase the risk of stroke and myocardial infarction

Another recent paper showed that sidestream smoke from parental smoking Will increase the possibility of children suffering from rheumatism. The adverse effects of sidestream smoke on others have long been known, but because the smell of electronic cigarettes is very small, it is difficult to notice the dangerous sidestream smoke.