Hello to all, I apologize if I posted this in the wrong forum, mods please move if thats the case. I just received my arizer extreme q in the mail. I did much research prior to using it and thought I was set. I had silicone tubing, an extra elbow and a bubbler from a prior vaping unit. So I swapped out some pieces and attached my bubbler to the extreme q. After countless hours of research I decided to elbow pack. I know that the elbow pack creates more resistence to the airflow, but I wanted to get the most from my unit. I noticed that when I pulled from the bubbler there was alot of drag/resistance, which I already assume there would be some but not much like I experienced. I also filled the bubbler with as little water as possible, enough water to cover the slits so the vape can be filtered. The problem is that I have high blood pressure and my lung power is not up there, after I used the whip and fan on 2 I was real light headed and my blood pressure shot up from all the vape pulling I did. I ordered the extreme q because it boasts that it has a fan and I guessed it would help me pull in the vapors easier. By the way I have not tried the ballons yet. I want to keep using the bubbler because the vapor is real harsh on my lungs and throat. So the question is; is there a way to cut that resistence/drag from the extreme q to the bubbler? What if I cut the silicone tubing in half? Id figure that if I cut it, the vape has less distance to travel and would require me to pull less. I also read that if I swap out the original elbow that came with the q with an ssv elbow it would provide better air flow. Is there a technique I can use to ease off using as little of my lungs as possible? Should I just conform to using the cyclone bowl? Any other thoughts or ideas on how can I fix this problem? I gave up smoking for vaping and I really like vaping, I tried edibles but its not my thing. Id hate to just give up the vaping but If theres no other solution Im going to have to. Thanks everyone.