Vaping can reverse lung damage and improve breathing, physical state, and senses according to a worldwide Internet survey with more than 19,000 users.
Nicotine withdrawals may occur in the first few days, but after nine months lung health improves significantly due to the renewal of microscopic hair-like structures inside the lungs that help push out mucus and fight infections.
Additionally, cardiovascular improvements can be seen in as little as 20 minutes.
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