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STUDY: Child Abuse Can Push Teenager to Vape

STUDY: Child Abuse Can Push Teenager to Vape

Surprising to see disturbing, a new study Publiée dance The American Journal on Addictions explains that people who are abused during their childhood are more likely to vape as teenagers.


CHILD MALTREATMENT CAN PUSH IT TO "DRUG ABUSE"


This is a new study to take with tweezers that presents us The American Journal on Addictions. In this, it is explained that young adults who are victims of abuse during their childhood are more likely to vape as teenagers. Hard to believe when you think about drug addiction after a traumatic event to imagine a teenager throwing himself on an e-cigarette rather than a pack of cigarettes or drugs.

Yet it is electronic cigarette that is discussed in this study. " Many young adults who have been victims of abuse or neglect in childhood are struggling with addiction. Our study looked specifically at the use of e-cigarettes and found that childhood abuse can play a key role in the consumption of electronic cigarettes in adulthood.", Said the lead author of the research, the Dr. Sunny H. Shin, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Conducted with 208 Americans aged 18 to 21 years, the essay states that childhood abuse was also related to the tendency to " act recklessly in case of distress". It would be on this specific psychological lever that action should be taken to prevent the victims from starting to smoke.

Real study or new attack against the e-cigarette which is more and more considered as an "epidemic" in the United States. Still, this research is disturbing to say the least ...

source : The study / Why Doctor

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