E-Cigarettes Persuasive Speech

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WARNING! US Surgeon General warns public about the risk of e-cigarettes and the grow of e-cigarette use among teens. Even though many people use e-cigarettes they affect the human body in a negative way because they have a harmful affect on your body, they also contain an addictive chemical called nicotine and many people think they can stop smoking using e-cigarettes but research shows they make you more addictive.

E-cigarettes contain nicotine and flavoring. Nicotine is a dangerous and addictive chemical, so if teens start at a young age they become highly addicted. They think it's cool but when they want to quit they can't because their body will carve nicotine. Once anybody has ingested nicotine they have a high risk of dizziness, vomiting,seizures,
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Nicotine is a very common chemical in smoking. Nicotine has many harmful effects in fact a 4 year old drank 1 tablespoon of nicotine and died. The liquid that goes in e-cigarettes come in bottles with no label therefore you don't know what is going in your body. E-cigarettes come in different flavors like candy so many people are attracted to vaping. Also the secondhand smoke contains nicotine, toxins, and metal. Hopefully more research will be done to figure out more of the chemicals in e-cigarettes.

E-cigarettes were intended to stop smoking. Even though they contain less chemical and cause less effects than cigarettes they don’t stop smoking. They both cause cancer, also they are not good for your health and they also contain nicotine. In fact e-cigarettes contain more nicotine than cigarettes which will make you more addictive. If you can't choose between e-cigarettes or cigarettes than don't do any of them.

E-cigarettes affect your body in a negative way. They have very harmfull effects on the body, they contain an addictive chemical ( nicotine ) and they out more nicotine in your body than cigarettes. If people would do a little research before vaping and know how harmful if really is would they start

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