Inhalant Project


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  • Hey Tim do you want to huff with me?
  • Ummm.... what's that?
  • Dude it's the best thing! I'll show you, you should come over to my house after school and we can huff together.
  • Ok......
  • I didn't know huffing was a drug. What should I do with Bob? Should I tell an adult or just keep a secret?
  • Later that day, Tim was on the bus searching up what huffing was.
  • what is huffing
  • Huffing, also known as inhaling is a form of drug when people inhale unhealthy fumes into their body. People often"sniff" the fumes into their nose or their mouth. Some objects used to huff is spray paints, nailpolish remover, and gas. Some symptoms that may occur for a short period of time is a brief high, feeling giddy, and losing conscious. But some long term affects may be kidney and liver failure, nausea, bone marrow damage, brain damage, hearing loss feeling very weak and depressed, or even death. If you have a friend who is inhaling, you should right away call an adult.
  • Huffing is a one of the nicknames of inhaling some other nicknames used for inhaling is laughing Gas, snappers, poppers, whippets, gluey, rush, and bold.
  • I should go tell an adult.... It's the best for Bob
  • Hey, you came! Let's go huffing!
  • Hey Bob....... huffing isn't good for you. You could die from this.
  • Dude what are you talking about? It's no harm.. come on I'll show you.
  • Inhalants can be addictive physically and psychologically.
  • well... if you say so
  • Watch
  • As shown on Tim's phone, inhaling can be so serious that it can even lead to sudden death.
  • I don't feel so well.
  • Oh no!
  • Tim made a good choice on telling Bob that inhaling is bad.
  • Some signs of using this drug is, Slurred speech, Inability to coordinate movements, Dizziness, Confusion, Delirium, "Lightheadedness", Hallucinations, delusions, Nausea and vomiting. Right now, Bob is inhaling nail polish remover.
  • In 2013, nearly 500,000 people aged 12 or older were current inhalant users. Using inhalants is bad. Don't make a bad choice like Bob did.
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