How Many Kids Does Juul Have?

Can you Juul around kids?

It’s not safe to use vape pens or e-cigarette devices around kids.

The vapor from e-cigarettes has chemicals in it that can be harmful to kids.

There’s another serious problem with e-smoking devices: Kids can get poisoned if they drink the liquid in nicotine delivery devices or refills..

Is my child Juuling?

Keep your eye on your child if they complain of sores in their mouth or begin to show signs of an unexplained cough. If you stumble across any unbleached, organic cotton balls or thin metallic coils, which are components used when vaping, it’s typically a dead giveaway that your child is vaping.

Why do teenagers vape?

Lured by flavors When it comes to why teens themselves say they vape, many of their reasons have a social connection. In the 2019 National Youth Tobacco Survey, middle and high school students named their top reasons for trying e-cigarettes as: Curiosity (55.3%) A friend or family member used them (30.8%)

How do I know if my kid is Vaping?

Mood swings, agitation, impulsivity, secretiveness, memory loss, inability to concentrate and anxiety are some of the key changes you may see. If your child is an athlete and starts having trouble breathing during practices or games, it could be due to vaping.

How many kids use Vapes?

According to 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) data, current e-cigarette use—or “vaping”—among middle and high school students increased alarmingly between 2017 and 2018, with over 3.6 million kids currently using e-cigarettes in 2018.