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Inhalants
Updated: 2/20/2019
Inhalants
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  • This dance is lame, I wish there was something more fun to do.
  • I have an idea...
  • I found this spray paint and I heard it can get you high, it might make the dance more fun.
  • Have you tried it before? Is it dangerous?
  • It's just spray paint, what's the worst that could happen?
  • Um ok, let's try it.
  • In 2007, inhalants were the substance most frequently abused by youth aged 12 or 13.
  • Sniff...
  • By the time students in the US reach the eighth grade, 1 in 5 will have used inhalants.
  • Sniff...
  • I don't feel very good...
  • Types: -Aerosols: spray paint, hairspray, deodorant -Gases: butane lighters, whipped cream dispensers, propane tanks -Nitrites: poppers, snappers
  • What's going on?
  • Inhalants can cause addiction, withdrawal, and brain damage
  • Inhalants reduce the ability of blood to carry oxygen to the brain and body. Inhalants cause change to the heart muscle and heart beat.
  • 22% of inhalant abusers who died of Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome had no history of previous inhalant abuse.
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