Most vaporizers are very easy to use. They do not require any experience to use them. One of the most common issues that affect vapers, especially beginners, is having a sore throat after using a vaporizer.
How to get rid of sore throat after using a vaporizer
Most vaporizers are very easy to use. They do not require any experience to use them. One
of the most common issues that affect vapers, especially beginners, is having a sore throat
after using a vaporizer. It hurts that such a flavorful and enjoyable experience can result
in a sore throat/ pain. The text below looks at the potential causes of a sore throat after
using a vaporizer and how you can get rid of the issue.
How does a vaporizer work?
A standard vaporizer has three major parts:
1. A heating chamber
2. A battery
Most vaporizers are powered by batteries. Their heating chamber houses both the
cartridge/ tank and a heating element. The heating element of a vaporizer can be an
atomizer, cartomizer, or clearomizer.
Atomizers feature a coil that heats up when you activate the battery and atomizes or
vaporizes the e-liquid into vaping juice which can be inhaled through the mouthpiece. On
the other hand, cartomizers are almost similar to atomizers only that they have a material
around the coil called polyfill, which soaks up the e-liquid enabling longer vaping times.
Moreover, clearomizers feature clear tanks that have a wick system like the atomizer.
A majority of modern wax vaporizers feature variable voltage batteries or adjustable
temperature settings that enable you to dial in your perfect hit.
Common reasons why you may have a sore throat after using a
If you recently quit smoking tobacco and switched to using vaporizers you may experience
a phenomenon known as tobacco/ smoking cessation. This form of withdrawal from
smoking traditional cigarettes has several side effects, including making your throat too
Vaping too much PG
Propylene Glycol (PG) is a common carrier ingredient in vape juices and e-liquids. It is
used as a thinner base for facilitating nice throat hits. However, PG has a high sensitivity
rate and causes your thro