Quick Prevention Tips for Salt-Based E-Liquid Related Headaches

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The development of salt-based e-liquids has changed the world of vaping on a profound level. Finally, those who crave that pleasant buzz can get satisfaction without any of the harshness associated with juices that contain freebase nicotine.

For some users, however, vaping nic salt e-juices can cause a headache. The good news is that there are easy ways to avoid getting headaches when using them in your pod system to vape with

Headache Prevention Tip #1: Stay Hydrated

You might be surprised to learn that heavy vaping can lead to moderate dehydration. Both nicotine and propylene glycol (PG) can dehydrate the body when consumed in large quantities. Because salt nicotine vape juices contain higher levels of nicotine as well as PG, it's extra important that you stay hydrated throughout the day.

As we all know, one of the most common signs of dehydration is a headache. Therefore, if you're prone to headaches after taking a few hits from your pod device, start increasing your water intake and see if that solves the problem.

Headache Prevention Tip #2 Quit Chain-Vaping

Because of the high level of nicotine in a bottle of salt-based e-liquid, it is quite easy to get a headache by chain-vaping. If you're used to sub-ohm devices such as your standard box mods, you might be tempted to take constant hits from your unit. However, salt nic e-juice is more potent in terms of nicotine content, meaning that this type of vape style can lead to a headache caused by too much nicotine running through your bloodstream.

Other signs that you need to stop chain-vaping include dizziness, increased heart rate (which can cause your blood pressure to increase) and a wired, jittery feeling. If you're feeling any of these signs after vaping a lot of nic salt juices, take a break for a few hours. This will allow your body to hopefully gather itself for you to begin the next vape session.

Headache Prevention Tip #3: Lower Your Nicotine Concentration Level

When salt nicotine e-liquids first came out, they typically all had the same concentration of 5%. Now, however, several brands have created nic salt juices that come in a variety of strengths. If you're sensitive to nicotine, consider opting for a lower concentration to avoid getting a headache. Generally, a salt-based juice that contains 3% nic or lower is ideal. It’s about finding your sweet spot while feeling good during each vape session.

Stay Vape Headache Free

By following these tips, you'll be able to enjoy your nicotine salts without worrying about getting a headache. And as vaping continues to grow, the emergence of new device systems, mainly pod-based, that can handle nic salts, will also increase from a technological standpoint. This in turn will help you find which salt-based juices work for your vape preferences.

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Usjsnddjdj December 21, 2018 4:19 PM reply
Thank you I was reading this while I had a headache

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Prodigal January 13, 2019 1:30 PM reply
Good tips! I used to get headaches a lot until I started researching this. I also found that I'm sensitive to propylene glycol. Thanks to your VG based nicotine I can make a 86% VG/14% PG mix. No more vaping related headaches as long as I stay hydrated and don't overdo it!

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