Most of us probably know it. The first puff on a cigarette, what a cough and scratchy throat it was? He did not want to stop. Well, even the new generations can’t avoid this experience. Not even if they take a drag on an e-cigarette instead of a cigarette. Some newcomers to vaporization complain of an unpleasant feeling in the throat, coughing or scratching when they take their first drag on an electronic cigarette. Some therefore give up directly and put the electric cigarette aside again. This is a pity, because the electric cigarette is definitely a good Alternative for quitting smoking and tobacco prevention is, what last even the German medical profession found.
What can be the causes of coughing when vaping?
Steamers are individualists. Except when it comes to coughing and itching the first time you vaporize, because Around 50% of vaporizers cough in the beginning. Research also confirms this by now – Coughing, itching and headaches are the most common side effects among newcomers. While every cigarette tastes more or less the same, even if tobacco smokers always claim the opposite, the world of e-cigarettes and liquids is just sprouting with possible combinations, mixtures and settings, for a lot, medium or little vapor. But every person reacts differently to Ingredients of the liquids. So while every cigarette tastes similar, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to electric cigarettes to ensure flawless vapor enjoyment. Especially if hardware, liquids and also e-cigarettes as a whole are new to you, scratching or coughing is likely at first, especially on the first puff. Flavors, PG / VG content and water content of the liquids, The nicotine content and also the vaporizer heads used have to be coordinated. And in the end tailored to you. The draw technique also has a big influence on it, as well as the power and voltage used (see also: Sub Ohm vaporizing).
Unlike tobacco cigarettes, which are generally smoked from the mouth to the lungs in Europe, e-cigarettes are distinguished between moderate vaping from the mouth to the lungs (MTL) and subohmic vaping with direct lung inhalation (DL). In MTL mode, rather lower power (10 to 15 watts) is vaporized at comparatively high resistances (about 1.0 ohms), while in the DL range, power of 80 to 100 watts at resistances between 0.1 and 0.2 ohms can also be encountered. If an inexperienced vaper starts with a setup that is not designed for the particular draw technique, this can lead to unpleasant side effects. Also, a nicotine-containing liquid is often used, since people usually start smoking slowly and rely on a lot of nicotine in the liquid to get started. Direct inhalation via lung draw now further enhances the effect of nicotine. So the possible solutions in this example would be either that the steamer should reduce the Nicotine content in the liquid reduced, uses nicotine-free liquids or chooses a different model that also supports the lung draw. But first, you should simply try out your E-cigarette draw technique Adjust, because it is also a common source of error, which initially leads to unpleasant side effects. Just try out the bake draw. Almost always it is user error that leads to coughing and scratching. But not always.