E-cigarettes are a big deal for people with heart problems and are now available to buy on the internet.
Now scientists are trying to understand how they can help treat these conditions and whether they can reduce the risk of developing them.
What is an e-cig?
The term e-cigarettes refers to any electronic device that is sold in a tube with a battery that is charged by a battery pack attached.
They contain no tobacco or other chemicals and are not sold in tobacco shops.
They have been around for years and the devices are widely used to help people reduce smoking.
There are many different types of e-cigs available, including “vaporisers” that contain nicotine.
Many contain flavours such as menthol, lemon, lime and strawberry.
Many of these flavours are also available on the market as vape pens.
But the electronic device called an ego, also known as an electronic cigarette or e-liquid, contains no tobacco and no chemicals, making it different from a traditional cigarette.
What do e-juice makers do?
E-cigarette makers have used e-smoking to reduce smoking and are making products such as e-liquids and e-fitness products.
They are using a process called e-tobacco substitution, in which the nicotine is replaced with water vapour.
These e-smokers are not smokers and do not inhale the smoke.
But because e-flavoured products contain nicotine, it can be harder for people to stop.
This can lead to serious health problems and even death.
So the ego is a relatively new invention.
It is not yet a fully regulated product, but its development could be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the fight against heart disease and cancer.
What does it do?
The e-e-cig has a rechargeable battery that can last for a few hours.
This means the battery has to be recharged often.
Some of the ejuice companies have developed batteries that have a higher discharge rate than conventional batteries.
But there is no need to worry if you are using the same type of battery that you have used for years.
The ego’s battery has a capacity of less than 1,000ml, which is the smallest size known to man.
What are the risks?
Ego batteries have only been around since the mid-2000s and have only just become available.
The products are not very safe.
They may not be suitable for regular use.
There is no evidence that the products are effective at treating cancer or treating other diseases.
But some researchers are hoping that they could be used to prevent heart attacks, strokes and other diseases in the future.
What other types of electronic cigarettes are available?
The only product currently available in the UK is the eGo-Lite, which has a battery capacity of 100ml.
There also exists a range of other e-devices.
For example, the eGospeed and the eEcig are similar devices that are designed to be used for e-gaming and ecommerce.
But these products are still in early development and have not yet been approved by the Food Standards Agency.
If they become available, they will likely be the same size as eGo batteries and could be marketed as eE-cigarette, which refers to e-batteries.
What should you do if you have heart or lung problems?
There is a risk that your symptoms could become worse if you continue using an ecigarette.
They also have the potential to lead to heart or brain damage.
So people should ask their GP or nurse to check the battery and its performance, and to get a check-up if symptoms persist.
If symptoms worsen, your GP or health visitor should take you to hospital.
You can also contact your GP if you feel unwell or feel unconfident.
What else can e-vaporizers do?
Some e-products contain flavourings, including menthol and strawberry, which are similar to tobacco.
Other products can help you feel fuller and less full.
These flavours are not toxic.
However, they can be addictive.
They can also make it hard to control your breathing.
Some ejuices have an alkaline battery that has an alkalising effect.
This helps to reduce the chance of getting heart attacks.
What if I do get heart attacks?
You should seek medical attention if you do develop symptoms, which include: severe headaches