MORE than six out of ten vapers are worried about the long-term health effects, a study found.
Over half — 51 per cent — claim to be more addicted to vapes than they were to cigarettes.
And one in seven of those surveyed experience shortness of breath.
But only 46 per cent plan to quit soon — even though 62 per cent have health fears.
Many people are turning to vapes, even though the government is reported to be looking at banning single-use ones.
Experts fear vapes hook users on nicotine — particularly children.
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Only a quarter of vapers think it is risk free, the poll for Vitality Health Insurance found.
The company’s Katie Tryon said: “It’s important to be aware vaping isn’t risk free.
"Not only is it highly addictive but it also causes side effects.”
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