So you want to start vaping, but aren't sure where to start. Will all the options available now, it can get pretty confusing. This is a quick guide to help you get started. Before you continue reading, please note that this may not work for everybody. Different people get into vaping for different reasons. Some do it to quit smoking, some see it as a social activity and have friends that vape, and some just like the aesthetic or the tech. In any case, it's good to do your research and know what you're getting into before diving in head first, possibly spending a lot of money and maybe even deciding that it isn't for you after all. Let's get started!
Have you ever felt like you don't recognize the person you've become? Or trapped in a situation, circumstance, or relationship?
If I know myself at all I know that when I get feelings of hopefulness and faith towards a healthy future for myself, I say, this won't last.
Last summer, I had a seizure. In my home, during the middle of the day, I stood up from my couch to wash dishes and dropped as I walked to my kitchen. My boys were present, and it scared all of us! Since the seizure had never occurred before, off I went to see a heart specialist. After a couple of newer tests, the diagnosis of Chronic Low-Blood Pressure, was a relief. But what exactly is it? This means that when I stand up, gravity causes more than the normal 15% of blood that a healthy person has drop, to pool below my heart. This extreme drop triggers my brain, which tells the heart to pump furiously in order to get my blood pressure regulated. The slight increase of my heart rate causes me to faint, or have a seizure, depending on how high my heart has to beat per minute. I have been struggling since I was at least 10 years old with bouts of dizziness, and fainting. I had always been a very active child, and in school the sudden fainting when I stood up from my desk didn’t seem important. They were isolated incidents and only struck every couple years or so, when I least expected it. When I was a teenager, they happened during my lunch hours from work, after I ate, but always when I stood up from a sitting position.
1. You should always drive to be the best version of yourself that you can be, but no one is perfect. If you fall short, it isn’t the end of the world. You’re going to make mistakes. you’re going to do stupid things. it’s a part of growing up. learn to forgive yourself.