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I have a family member who has mentioned a feeling of being stabbed by hot needles in his chest, stomach, back, and arms. It started out as a once a year thing, a couple of years ago, but it has happened again, this time, it was 4 days in a row. It lasts for a couple of minutes to almost a half hour, sometimes.
It's freaking me out!
His vape is 5% and it's iced.
I recommend that he stop for a while, and I've been giving him supplements (spirulina, magnesium, lysine, shilajit, zinc ,copper, selenium, and a daily vitamin) to help his nerves, and remove metals and stuff from his body.
It's been maybe 36 hours or so, and he mentioned getting the feeling once yesterday for a couple of minutes.
Fingers crossed that it's not a permanent thing!
Some important things to mention are:
He's not diabetic, no high blood pressure, as he's in his early 20's, and he's never smoked regular cigarettes.
He was hitting his vape pretty frequently and like I mentioned before, it is 5% and iced. He's only had 5% liquids, and he's been vaping for a few years now.
I totally understand your frustration. Disposable e-cigs can be hit or miss. From my experience, it's often a seal issue. Try giving it a gentle shake before use to redistribute the oil. If it persists, maybe consider a refillable one for a more reliable vaping experience. Try buying from Dumfi; I checked their store. Keep on vaping!
Never used puff counters even when my batteries had them. My vaping would vary so much depending on stress factors that it wouldn't be of any use to me. Some days I would chain vape while other days I might go hours without taking a hit. I know some people like to keep track so it's useful for them. Do you use it?
Usually play MMORPGs but I've been messing around with Cult of the Lamb lately on the Nintendo Switch. The graphics are very cute and cartoonish, the gameplay is simple yet fun, and parts of the game are hilarious (like feeding poo to your followers, having them revolt, and then building a jail to put them in it lol).
Here's a trailer for it:
Tell me this isn't a dark and adorable game that has you begging to play it 😋