The Use Of Electric Cigarettes For Smokers Who Are Undergoing Chemotherapy?
I am currently undergoing chemotherapy. R nAnd I am a heavy smoker. R nAm I allowed to vape while avoiding cigarettes that are harmful to my chemo process,? R nThank you in advance.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vape, vaporizer, e-cigarette or e-cigarette, is one of the ways to smoke that is increasingly used today. One thing to note is that even though it is recognized that there are fewer harmful substances in vape than in cigarettes, it is still dangerous for the body. It was also said to be dangerous for normal people, especially for those who have certain diseases to have to undergo chemotherapy.
As an illustration to more easily understand the dangers of vape and its relation to smoking, for example, someone falls from a building. Between falling from the 63rd floor and 40th floor is harder and more painful than the 63rd floor, and the damage is definitely worse than falling from the 40th floor, but falling from the 40th floor still causes death. That's the parable of people who prefer vape over cigarettes because they are considered more 'safe'. But if you really want to be safe, there is always a third choice, which is not to jump from any floor, or not smoke, whatever its form.
There are various types of carcinogenic substances or cancer-triggering substances that are in the vape, so although it may not directly affect the performance of chemotherapy, inhaling the vape can make the chemotherapy process useless, because what you do is contrary to the goal of chemotherapy, which is to eliminate cancer. So the conclusion, we do not recommend inhaling vape under any conditions, for any circumstance. So, hopefully answering your question.