Vaping is getting more and more popular as the days go by, and the World Health Organization observed a steady decrease in the estimated number of smokers worldwide, especially among males. The growing trend of vaping also gave rise to speculations that vaping negatively affects the human body. The Journal of the American Heart Association (JAHA) even had an study written by Dharma Bhatta, Ph.D., and Stanton Glantz, Ph.D., of the University of California, San Francisco, stating that e-cigarettes cause heart attacks.
Anyone can suffer from dry hits from time to time, and everyone will agree that it is one of the worst experiences anyone will get when vaping. Dry hits occur when the vaporizer’s cotton wick isn’t saturated properly with e-juice or when the vape’s coil is filled with gunk. The coil then burns through either the cotton or the gunk, resulting in a nasty taste or sensation.