If you Vape and use a CPAP, read this, it’s important.
The following excerpt is from a well-known blog entitled — here’s what they had to say:
Everyone knows that smoking’s bad for your body. Aside from the normal effects of cigarette smoke, nicotine wreaks havoc on your body’s natural sleep cycle. Choosing to vape instead of smoking eliminates many of the chemicals and toxins found in normal cigarettes. As these things are removed from the body, you’ll notice many positive changes, including better sleep.
Smoking cigarettes affects your sleep patterns in a number of ways. The toxins in cigarettes obstruct your lungs, therefore increasing your risk for sleep apnea. The nicotine in cigarettes acts as a stimulant to your body. This makes it much harder to fall asleep after smoking a cigarette. It also makes it considerably harder to fall into a “deep sleep” during the night. Once the nicotine leaves the body at night while sleeping withdraw symptoms start. These withdraw symptoms prevent the body from getting adequate “deep sleep” at night.
When making the switch to vaping, your sleep patterns can change significantly. Choosing to quit smoking and start vaping replaces the cigarettes, but not the nicotine. A vaping device still provides nicotine, however, since the majority of the chemicals are eliminated, your body reacts differently to the nicotine. As you continue to vape, you’ll realize you want an actual cigarette less, despite the fact that you’re still getting nicotine. So as you’ll see, again, shortly after you make the switch, you’ll notice improvements in your sleeping patterns such as restful longer sleep with less periods of waking up. If you begin to experience periods throughout the night where you wake up more often than normal, try dropping to a lower nicotine level. This may be your body’s subtle way of telling you that the nicotine level in your e-liquid is too high.
Nicotine is highly addictive and extremely hard to put down. By choosing a vaping device instead of cigarettes, smokers are able to successfully kick the habit for good which n return might help you get a better night’s sleep.
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In conclusion, please know cpapclinic.ca does not encourage vaping or smoking, but it is important to know how each practice affects sleeping.
Re-Edited by Bill Bistak B Sc.,SEO/SEM Spc, CRT
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