Now, I’m not a medical professional but I know enough about vaping to tell you what you should do if you notice any kind of symptoms when vaping. However, be aware that not all of these may be associated with vaping as we have no idea what else you were doing at the time of vaping. To say that all vapers only vape and never experiment with any drugs or drink is wrong. Vape companies have been in the business of providing a product for their customers to use as a method of relaxation, what people do along with that product is completely their business and up to them. It’s no one to tell them they can’t or can.
Some symptoms some people have reported while vaping continuously or getting hooked from it. If you get any of these symptoms:
- If you start to feel unreal and you get this weird sense of detachment from reality, much like you’re stoned.
- You get some panic attacks or your anxiety starts to feel much worse.
- If your chest pains become severe when breathing in while vaping or you only get chest pains while vaping.
- If you get extreme lightheadedness.
- A racing heart that’s well above your average rate or you start noticing some palpitations of the heart that make you feel uneasy.
- You can’t sleep and start getting insomnia.
- Excitability in the sense that you can’t calm yourself down. You’re just so hyper all the time when you vape.
- If you’re overly sweaty and you find yourself incredibly irritable all the time with everyone around you, even though they didn’t really do anything to you.
- You find it impossible to concentrate and you don’t feel like there’s anything you can do about it.
So, how do you recover from these symptoms? How do you diagnose what’s caused by vaping and what’s caused by other influential factors? It’s hard to tell because we don’t know each and every personal story. Some people might have a history of panic attacks and palpitations. To blame this solely on vaping is a tad ridiculous but leave it to media doctors to blame the less popular and safer option of smoking.
- Stop Vaping
If you feel that vaping is giving you this much of a burden, then you need to stop immediately and see a doctor. You could have a more on-going and serious issue here. Vaping is completely legal so you can open up with your doctor and tell them what’s going on. He might run a battery of simple tests to check up on you and ensure that you’re okay. Do not be afraid to tell your doctor that these symptoms are brought on by vaping if that’s the case.
- Stop Doing Other Activities (Illegal)
This is pretty blatant and obvious but if you’re doing illegal drugs or something you’re not telling others about in conjunction with vaping, stop doing the illegal activities. This is suspected as the main cause when vapers report these symptoms but of course, none of them admit it.