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When do you stop?!
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RE: When do you stop?!
(04-04-2014 05:35 AM)hadee41 Wrote:  You should not to stop even should be continue.

HuhHuh English?

Through out the day life puts you in situations that your not always going hand to mouth with your PV, that said vaping doesn't limit you to standing/sitting there until you have a whole Cigarette. This is another awesome benefit to vaping, if your somewhere that you feel you don't want to vape you can just set it down and continue on with whatever your doing. The ease of when and how often you vape depends on every individual, some vape more , while others vape less, so there is no set time limit on a persons vaping time unless that person chooses to put one on themselves.
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23-06-2014 02:25 PM
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RE: When do you stop?!
I found that I became more sensitive to what was happening with my body as time went on.
I started vaping at 32mg/ml nicotine assuming that I needed it because I smoked quite a bit.
It only took a few hours to realize that was way too high a level (overdose symptoms - nausea, sweats etc).
Over a year passed where my nic levels dropped to 6mg and I can feel the difference between 6 and 12.

Another thing I noticed was that vaping nicotine did not give me the head rush that analogs do. Vaping nicotine is about a 4-5 minute wait to feel the desired effect. I found that intentional attention to the body sensations allowed me to understand what nicotine does and does not do. I no longer judge how long to vape based upon the sensation of light headedness for example.

For me, the best vaping experience is a 4-5 minute session in a relaxed environment a few times a day.
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17-11-2014 04:34 AM
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RE: When do you stop?!
Stop? What is this "stop" of which you speak?

Seriously though, I vape all day when I can because there are a lot of times when I can't. I live with my parents atm, saving money so I can afford to get my own place, and they don't approve of vaping (or anything else fun, for that matter) so I find myself vaping constantly whenever they're not around. I also work in churches as a portrait photographer, so I can't vape at work either. 

On the days that I'm not working and there's no one around, I vape whenever I feel like it, end of story. If I get bored with the flavor I'm vaping, I just put on a different atty with a different flavor. If I get bored with that one, I just take a break for a bit. It's more subconscious for me, though I wouldn't consider myself addicted because I use very low nicotine strength juice (0mg-6mg, depending on the day) and there are times when I'll go a few days or a week without vaping. I never could have done that when I was smoking cigarettes!

Just a note, if we're talking about the amount of juice we go through, I tend to vape about 5-6ml per day. So a 30ml bottle lasts about a week for me if it's the only flavor I'm using. I keep at least 5 flavors in my stash at all times, because I like to change it up from day to day. However, most of those flavors are 3mg nic strength, with a few 0mg that I use when I'm cloud chasing or 6mg that I use if I'm having a particularly stressful day. But as a general rule, my average is 3mg so I get a lot less nicotine than people who might use less ml of a stronger juice.
17-11-2014 04:41 AM
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RE: When do you stop?!
I vape almost all day. With that being said, I generally go 30 minutes or so between hits. If I am around smokers(Who am I kidding? I work in a prison, so I am always around smokers) I tend to vape more. At home, I might go 2 to 3 hours between hits on the vape, unless I am working on the computer or watching TV. Then I unconsciously tend to refill and cloud up the house. A 30ml bottle lasts me about 5-7 days, generally.
17-11-2014 05:17 PM
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RE: When do you stop?!
(30-03-2014 11:12 PM)Almost Jaded Wrote:  This is my biggest issue with the switch to vaping from smoking.

With a cig, there's a definitive "end" to your smoke - and you make the conscience decision to light another one, or not to.  At some point, you look into your pack and go "oh snap - I've blown through half a pack in the last 2 hours, I should take a break!".

With vaping, I just go and go and go...  Until I either get a nicotine headache or just put the damn thing down for while.  We aren't talking obscene use here, but I'll kill my eGo-C 1100 battery by bedtime, and I refill my Pro-Tank mini daily.

Is this unusual, or is this "normal" usage..?  How does this much vaping compare to smoking nicotine-wise (I'm currently at an 18 as I just switched)?  Has anyone figured out a way to limit yourself with these things?!
Excellent concerns! I quit cigs the very first time I put an Ego loaded with Mango Blast (lotus flavor) to my lips. 3 months later, Good ol' Brother Don gifted me a Lava Tube v1 (now retired due to a switch failure) which needed a Kayfun Lite to top it. That was my daily driver till I got a Clouper DNA-30 clone, and went to 0% nic which continued with the KFL until I got an Orchid v4 and retired the KFL. I have now added a Copper Vanilla, topped with a Copper TOBH, which has now taken me to just over 6 mls a day.. when will I quit?                                                                     
                                                               NEVER!Big Grin well... maybe when I die. LOL

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RE: When do you stop?!
Yeah - it is hard to vape without breathing Tongue

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RE: When do you stop?!
(22-11-2014 05:30 PM)Don Wrote:  Yeah - it is hard to vape without breathing Tongue
I just might be buried with it in my hand.. and a bottle of Cinnamon Bun in the other! LOL

(16-05-2014 10:38 PM)Gomtu Wrote:  I don't understand the question.... why stop?
Exactly.. Nobody loves a quitter! Coffee2

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Wow - got tons of replies after I got busy and forgot I had started this, LOL.

I just reduced my nic, screw limiting my use, LOL.  Downside - I go through so much juice now, I'm spending almost as much as when I smoked...  :-O

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06-04-2015 10:52 PM
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Plus side - you won't be paying for medical treatment for lung cancer or any of the other nasty crap smoking gives you. I'd say that's just about the biggest plus there could be. Big Grin
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RE: When do you stop?!
I have trouble with chain vaping as well. I can vape 5ml in half a day.
The concern with spending as much vaping as smoking is a real one.
However, like Michael, the above poster said, the end result is a happier one.
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