Inhalantsenteenshttps://kidshealth.org/EN/images/headers/T-inhalant-enHD-AR1.jpgHousehold products are safe for cleaning, painting, and the other things they're meant to do. But as inhalants, they can cause serious problems, even death.drugs, inhaling, inhalant, enhalant, inhailant, sniffing, huffing, aerosol, aerosols, dusting, breathing in canned air, getting high, dangers of inhaling, dangers of inhalants08/30/200605/02/201805/02/2018Steven Dowshen, MD05/01/2018f187a0d1-e068-4c6c-b1bf-f2a9c469403bhttps://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/teens/inhalants.html/<h3>What They Are:</h3> <p>Inhalants are things that are breathed in to give the user an immediate rush, or high. They include glues, paint thinners, dry cleaning fluids, gasoline, felt-tip marker fluid, hair spray, deodorants, spray paint, and whipped cream dispensers (whippets).</p> <h3>Sometimes Called:</h3> <p>whippets, poppers, snappers, rush, bolt, bullet</p> <h3>How They're Used:</h3> <p>These are inhaled directly from the container (called sniffing or snorting), from a plastic bag (called bagging), or by holding an inhalant-soaked rag in the mouth (called huffing).</p> <h3>What They Do:</h3> <p>Inhalants produce a quick feeling of being drunk &mdash; followed by sleepiness, staggering, dizziness, and confusion. Long-time users get headaches, nosebleeds, and sometimes lose their sense of smell. Inhalants decrease oxygen to the brain and can cause brain damage.</p> <p>Using an inhalant just one time can lead to life-threatening health problems, and even cause death.</p>Sustancias que se inhalanCuando se utilizan correctamente, para limpiar, para pintar o con otra finalidad indicada en sus envases, los productos de uso doméstico son seguros. Pero, cuando se utilizan para inhalarlos, pueden ser más mortales que las drogas de la calle.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/es/teens/inhalants-esp.html/a6d8a3d2-5c9f-486e-a2a0-9687901e1265
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