Vaping has become an increasingly popular method for delivering nicotine, especially among teens and young adults. However, recent studies have shown that vaping may increase the risk of depression, and could potentially lead to more significant psychological and psychiatric problems down the road. Researchers have found that vapers are more likely to report feeling depressed than non-vapers, and this risk appears to increase in those who vape more regularly. Furthermore, evidence suggests that nicotine itself may be linked to depression, so it is important for those who vape to be aware of the potential risks associated with the activity. Additionally, teens and young adults should recognize that vaping is still an addictive behavior, and using too much nicotine can potentially lead to increased levels of anxiety and depression in the long term.