45 thoughts on “Vaping Increases The Risk of Depression

  1. Ok, i really dont agree with this. Vaping is 95% safer than smoking (here in the TPD regulated UK) would be interested to see what the correlation between SMOKING and depression is !!!! Since i quit smoking and vaped (which i hv also quit) my bipolar has disappeared…..

  2. Dr. Marks, I appreciate you taking time out of your schedule to educate the masses about mental health. Question: Does the drug Lithium have the same effect on the human brain as a lobotomy?

  3. I've been attacked frequently, a lot by strangers, rarely anything physical, but lots of threats, expressed rage, and underhanded stuff, the cause seemed to be merely how incongruent I was in the population—Dr. provide us some insights explaining hate crime against psychiatric folk, about what triggers such a high capacity of threat descending upon one neurodiverse individual in a given place, 

    Dr. these things I say are just suggestions for your own future musings

  4. Oh my god I guess I’ll just go back to smoking cigarettes then! You know that half of the people who smoke cigarettes will die from smoking, right? Do you know how many people have died from vaping? Zero – all the people who died in the US – because that’s where people who were buying black market thc pods were doing that – got sick – that had nothing to do with vaping and the cdc a couple weeks ago out out a release stating that – regulated e-juice has 4 or 5 ingredients as you stated and cigarettes have many many more – why are you wanting people to smoke cigarettes and not use a technology that helps them to stop it? You are absolutely ridiculous- I subscribed to your channel because I enjoyed your videos but what you say here is 100% incorrect – be better than this please

  5. people are speaking more about empathy and empathetics , and increasingly sounding discouraged over aggressives and other loud-volume types, business-like extraversion could be on it's way out but it was never Han Solo in the emotional warfaring department was it? I am an introvert who experiences mania and often psychotic acceleration, and other complications you serve to heal in others could fill-in for extraversion, in the form of various introverts experiencing impulsive destabilized rage am I right?

  6. Dr Tracy, would you take medication yourself if you ever needed to, I hope you don’t have to, just asking🤔. I am just wondering if you would take antidepressants, benzodiazepines and antipsychotics yourself? This is not being said out of sarcasm but I am curious as I have heard these medications have side effects and whether doctors who prescribe them would use them as well?

  7. I really wish you would have mentioned that correlation doesn't necessarily imply causation. You framed this study as if it demonstrated that vaping causes/worsens depression, but we can't make that assertion yet based on the evidence. It may end up being true that vaping causes depression or worsens depressive symptoms, but the public needs to understand research methods and their limitations. Correlational studies like this aren't designed to show causality. You're in a position to help educate the public about research methodology, I hope you'll take the opportunity to do so in the future.

  8. Fantastic I gave up smoking and took up vaping because I believed it was better for me. You'll be telling me next I shouldn't be vaping the devil's lettuce either 🤪🙄

  9. Thank you for the video. Is also scary that 10 – 12 year olds are vaping, considering all the damage in the long run.

  10. Good Dr. Marks this was in excellent informative video I am not a smoker or drinker " i know a lot of people who do so "I will be sharing this video with family also friend's thank you again stay bless💞

  11. Tracy I’m always alone … I’m a single child .. I never had anyone approach me but I always talk to others… I’m feeling so left out and broke … I don’t get genuine ppl…

  12. Hello Dr. Tracey, as always, a very interesting video indeed! My question is not related entirely abt this topic, but, perhaps interesting enough for a future video: have you researched abt or read about the effects of microdosing or the use of psychedelic drugs or substances such as magic mushrooms, LSD, DMT (most interesting one), and such for the treatment or improvement of depression symptoms!? It seems that some universities or clinics have started to deep dive into this in the United States, Canada and evening London. Do you know anything abt this particularly for Bipolar patients? (Not just depression patients). I believe is worth exploring this topic as for what I’ve read and seen in some videos, microdosing has helped improve at least depression symptoms. But, what about bipolar? Thanks again for any information you can provide us with! Have a great day!

  13. Hi Dr Marks, I'm not sure if you've talked about it before, but I'm wondering what your thoughts are on the NAC vitamin. I've heard that it's been linked to decreasing OCD behaviors and anxiety, but I don't know how solid those studies are. I've been taking it for a couple weeks now just to give it a go (I struggle with trichotillomania) and can't say I've really noticed any major changes at this point, though I'm definitely not expecting a miracle lol. Just curious if you've read any research on it. Thanks!

  14. Agree !!! Just ask Andrew Wakefield .. he got crucified for doing just that . And instead of looking into what he found , he got his medical lic revoked . So yes ., be very very careful with your findings when it goes against established practices, and even when the findings are correct

  15. bullshit, saying you're inhaling more with vaping than cigarettes is utter nonsense, ejuice is PG, VG, Flavoring, and nicotine (some don't use nicotine) Cigarettes contains over 2000 chemicals.

  16. Hello Dr. Tracy, could you do a video explaining what IPSRT is – how it differs from DBT/CBT and why it would benefit ppl experiencing mania??? thank you for your helpful videos!!!!

  17. So is there substantial in size repeated multiple studies or evidence unequivocally linking vaping to causing depression beyond the one mentioned. I’m asking you because to de wig myself, I don’t know. I do feel like this vaping thing has just been in hysterics this whole past year but I could be wrong, definitely a possible tho lmao

  18. WHAT A CROCK! Who paid you off? BT must have paid JH for this rubbish. I've been Vaping for 10 years. I'm no more depressed than I was smoking…lmao! What a stupid video and study. Can you all not see that BT is threatened by the Vaping Industry? Why else would they be demonizing this life saving technology? There is no money in a healthy community. Think for yourself people, they want to keep you sick so they can line their pockets! This video is not serving public health, it only serves BT and Big Pharma!

  19. I don't see how that is different from smoking cigarettes and depression. I think the big companies of tabacco has gotten that deep into our society and it's running things just for $$$$$$. And what chemicals is in cigs? 3000 toxins!

  20. "The liquid or e-juice is made by extracting nicotine from tobacco and mixing it with a base like propylene glycol. Then they add a flavor. All of these are being inhaled into your lungs, which is more than what you were inhaling with cigarettes." (copied from the description)

    I'm a bit confused by this, as I was under the impression that cigarette smoke contains thousands of chemicals, many of which are known to be carcinogenic, whereas vapor has, comparatively, far far fewer: Propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, nicotine (optional), and flavorings (also optional if you mix your own eliquid). Yes, there can be numerous chemical components involved with flavorings, but I wouldn't imagine that they would ever outweigh what is consumed otherwise via cigarette smoke.

    There are also eliquids that do not source nicotine from tobacco (or so say some of those that have been marketed)

    –> Do you mean by volume of substances instead? A sub-ohm setup will generate significantly more vapor by volume than a cigarette will generate by smoke. Then again, something like a Juul would likely put out a more comparable amount to vapor to the smoke of a cigarette. So I'm still not sure where you have the idea that vapor necessarily has "more than you were inhaling with cigarettes".

    I've known quite a few smokers and not all of them, as far as I know, suffer even from MDD. Maybe some symptoms that can be indicative of MDD, but not necessarily having the disorder. Plenty of them use nicotine much like caffeine. I can only say this with reference to adult smokers. I don't know any adolescent smokers or vapers (thankfully). I'm curious if the age of the subjects has an effect of the potential development of depressive symptoms. Would an adult nicotine user really be comparable to an adolescent nicotine user?

    I'm not saying there isn't link between nicotine use (be it from smoking or from nicotine-based vaping) and depressive symptoms. What I'm trying to point out is that it might not always apply to all subjects that consume nicotine.

  21. Yeah i don't believe this shit. Just another attack on vaping. Vaping is healthier than smoking cigarettes.get over it. Stop posting fake news like this.

  22. Shame on you, Dr. Marks, for ignorantly spreading misinformation about vaping as so many other "health professionals" and "public health organizations" like the CDC and FDA do.

  23. Based on some of the comments in the comments section I'd say that your video is a bit controversial Dr. Marks. Don't you worry though. I got your back. 💪😁👍

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