A study found that MORE than six in 10 vapers are concerned about the long-term health effects.
Over half – 51 percent – say they are more dependent on e-cigarettes than cigarettes.
And one in seven of those surveyed suffers from shortness of breath.
But only 46 percent plan to quit smoking soon – even though 62 percent have health concerns.
Many people are turning to e-cigarettes, even as the government is reportedly considering banning disposable vapes.
Experts fear that e-cigarettes will make users addicted to nicotine – especially children.
According to a survey by Vitality Health Insurance, only a quarter of vapers believe it is risk-free.
Katie Tryon from the company said: “It is important to know that e-cigarettes are not risk-free.
“Not only is it highly addictive, but it also causes side effects.”