BCH family medicine physician talks teens and vaping

BCH family medicine physician talks teens and vaping


Meanwhile, parents are urged to have a
discussion with their teenage children about vaping. Boulder Community Health
says more teens are becoming addicted to nicotine at a young age. Vaping exposes
the user to higher levels of nicotine than traditional cigarettes,
which can make it very difficult to quit.>>The real truth of it for parents to know
is that vaping is everywhere and there is without a doubt been exposure for
their children. Whether their children have chosen to pursue it or not, their
children know kids who are doing it. So first, the most important thing to do is
to ask and to be honest about it and to be forthright with your kids. Because
what you want to do is you want to make a point to address it before it’s an
issue.>>Dr. Garfein says teenagers can use the same methods adults use to overcome
nicotine addiction, like patches, but more often behavioral interventions are most
effective. If you’re worried about vaping- related illness you should make sure
your teen is not using oil-based products or black market products.

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