Giving Up Smoking - And Cadmium in Cigarettes!

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Giving Up Smoking - And Cadmium in Cigarettes!

            <p>There have been numerous discussions on the poisonous chemicals that are included in the manufacture of common cigarettes but still warnings about the danger these chemicals are constantly ignored by users e cigarette wholesale.</p>                         

         
<p>Cigarettes are not only characterized by chemicals with poisonous properties but also chemicals with properties considered as extremely toxic and radioactive such as cadmium, arsenic, lead, and polonium.</p> <p>Cadmium is a toxic and heavy metal that occurs in nature which is produced by smelting, the heating and melting of ores to extract metals. Study shows that cadmium is present in cigarettes at very high levels of concentration.</p> <p>Cadmium is widely used in the manufacture of batteries, metal plating, plastics, and textile industry.</p> <p>The regular cigarette contains 1-2mcg of cadmium and 40-60% of this amount of substance is inhaled and expected to pass through the lungs and into the body vape juice. Since other foods such as shellfish and animal liver and kidneys also contain cadmium, smokers take in additional 1-3mcg of cadmium over what is taken in from other sources in their daily life. Consequently, smokers are found to have twice as much cadmium intake.</p>       


<p>The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggests that cadmium level from food source and other sources must not exceed 5 ppb(parts-per-billion). EPA believes that this level of cadmium exposure would not produce any health problems.</p> <p>The continued intake of excess cadmium may cause health risks such as vomiting, convulsions, shock, diarrhea, salivation, sensory disturbances, liver dysfunction, and renal failure.</p> <p>Acute exposure to cadmium by inhalation can cause lung problems such as pneumonitis and pulmonary edema.</p> <p>Pneumonitis is a form of inflammation that occurs in the lungs due to difficulty in breathing resulting from too much inhalation of cadmium substance which is common in mineral oil, gasoline, or inhaling chemical fumes.</p> <p>On the other hand, pulmonary edema is an abnormal build up of fluid in the air sacs of the lungs that cause shortness in breathing.</p> <p>The bottom line is quitting smoking is the best medicine.</p>           
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