When they arrived on the market, electronic cigarettes were supposed to revolutionize the lives of smokers. Now we can smoke without worrying about the presence of chemicals when choosing the taste we wanted.
A few years later, when the madness of the Yulus is in full swing, we now know that we have made a mistake and that these electronic rods have their own shortcomings.
But if you really need a new reason to stay away from the extraction, a new study from Laval University will help you to persuade you. The team of Dr. Mahmoud Ruabia, a professor at the Dawal University Dental School, discovered that vapors of electronic cigarettes promote the proliferation of oral fungal infections.
To reach this point, the team of Dr. Rouabhia put mushrooms and mouth yeast, commonly found in the mouth, in contact with the vapor vapers, and noted that after exposure to nicotine vapor, the yeast grew two times more. For steam without nicotine it was about 50% more.
Delicious flavors can be partially responsible, given the sugars they contain. Quatters need sugar, or carbohydrates, to multiply. "These yeasts and bacteria are waiting to develop ideal conditions," explains Radio-Canada researcher. It is understood that this yeast uses the advantage of this vapor and multiplies. "
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One of the most common infections that can be caused by electronic cigarette smoke is an oral thrush, a yeast infection caused by a fungus. Its symptoms include whitening patches in the mouth and around the lips, and sometimes painful mouth cracks.
This is not the first study by the researcher on the relationship between oral health and pollution. Among other things, he noticed the negative effects of chewing health, as Radio Canada reported. While emphasizing the importance of understanding that reliance is very detrimental to both physical and oral health, he acknowledges that "electronic cigarettes are less harmful than standard cigarettes. That's clear."
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