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Inhalants are a broad range of household and industrial chemicals whose volatile vapors or pressurized gases can be concentrated and breathed in via the. One character says: "You mean he sniffed what they called 'airplane dope'?
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The Ramonesan influential early US punk band, referred to inhalant use in several of their songs. Similar problems were reported in Sheshatshiu in and also in Pikangikum First Nation. The practice of inhaling such substances is sometimes colloquially referred to as huffing, sniffing snifting glue sniffingdusting, or chroming. Death from inhalants is generally caused by a very high concentration of fumes.
Ingestion of alkyl nitrites can cause methemoglobinemiaand by inhalation it has not been ruled out.
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This isolation can make it harder to keep in touch with the sniffer and encourage him or her to stop sniffing. Other toluene-containing substances have also been subject to abuse, most notably the Vulca Seal brand of roof sealants. Provides an overview of inhalants, including types of products commonly inhaled, effects on the brain, other adverse health effects, and. Then why would you inhale them?
Despite being moved to the new community of Natuashish inserious inhalant abuse wniffing have continued. A nitrous oxide "cracker" device, for releasing the gas from whipped cream aerosol chargers. In Massachusetts, retailers must ask minors for identification before selling them glue or cement that contains a solvent that can release toxic vapors.
If you are in an emergency situation, this toll-free, hour hotline can help you get through this difficult time: call TALKor visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The snicfing "Epidemiology of Inhalant Abuse: An International Perspective" notes that "[t]he most serious form of obsession with inhalant use probably occurs in countries other than the United States where young children live on the streets completely without family ties. Edet Belzberg's documentary Children Underground chronicles the lives of Romanian street children addicted to sniffjng paint.
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Patterns of non-medical use[ edit ] Inhalant drugs are often used by children, teenagers, incarcerated or institutionalized people, and impoverished people, because these solvents and gases are ingredients in hundreds of legally available, inexpensive products, such as deodorant sprays, hair spraycontact cement and aerosol air fresheners. In Julyit was estimated that there were around young people sniffing petrol across 10 communities in Central Australia.
The risk of such contact is greatly increased by the impaired judgement and motor coordination brought on by inhalant intoxication. Fallon's character asks if it is possible to sbiffing from nitrous oxide, to which Queen Latifah's character responds with "It's laughing gas, stupid! Even completely inert gases, such as argoncan have this effect if oxygen is largely excluded.
AWOL was used by nightclubs, at gatherings and parties, and it garnered attraction as a noveltyas snifging 'enjoyed passing it around in a group'. Female inhalant users who are pregnant may have adverse effects on the fetus, and ppaint baby may be smaller when it is born and may need additional health care similar to those seen with alcohol — fetal alcohol syndrome. Books[ edit ] The science fiction story " Waterspider " by Philip K.
Frank Zappa's song "Teenage Wind" from has a reference to glue sniffing: "Nothing left to do but get out the 'ol glue; Parents, parents; Sniff it good now In Russia and Eastern Europe, gasoline sniffing became common on Russian ships following attempts to limit the supply of alcohol to ship crews in the s. Organochlorine solvents are particularly hazardous; many of these are now restricted in developed countries piant to their environmental impact.
In the French horror film Thema French couple living in Romania are pursued by a gang of street children who sniffing paint into their home at night.
The term commercial purpose is defined to mean any use other than for the production of consumer products containing volatile alkyl nitrites meant for inhaling or otherwise introducing volatile alkyl nitrites into the human body for euphoric or physical effects. Snidfing it's not very common, repeated use of inhalants can lead to addiction, a form of substance use disorder SUD.
Because inhalant overdose can lead to seizures or cause the heart to stop, first responders and emergency room doctors try to treat the overdose sniffinv treating these conditions. In Thirteenthe main character, a teen, uses a can of aerosol computer cleaner to get high. Australia has long faced a petrol gasoline sniffing problem in isolated and impoverished aboriginal communities.
The s punk band The Dead Milkmen wrote a song, "Life is Shit" from their album Beelzebubbaabout two friends hallucinating after sniffing glue. On appeal, the High Court took the view that, even though glue and plastic bags might be perfectly legal, everyday items, the two shopkeepers knew perfectly well that the children were going to use the articles as inhalants and the charge on the indictment should stand. The Canadian and provincial Newfoundland and Labrador governments intervened on a of occasions, sending many children away for treatment.
They can even be deadly. When inhaling non-stick cooking spray or other aerosol products, some users may filter the aerosolized particles out with a rag.
When nitrous oxide is used as an automotive power adderits cooling effect is used to make the fuel-air charge denser. Sales that are not authorized can now be punished with fines and prison.
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The inhaling of some solvents can cause hearing loss, limb spasms, and damage to the central nervous system and brain. De and methods: Sixteen adolescent aged years regular inhalant users completed a semistructured questionnaire enquiring about their inhalant use.
Inhaling butane gas can cause drowsiness, unconsciousnessasphyxiaand cardiac arrhythmia. Another danger is freezing the throat. In India and South Asia, three of the most widely abused inhalants are the Dendrite brand and other forms of contact adhesives and rubber cements manufactured in Kolkataand toluenes in paint thinners. In popular culture[ edit ] Music and musical sniffinh edit ] One of the early musical references to inhalant use occurs in the Elton John song " The Bitch Is Back ", in the line "I get high in the evening sniffing pots of glue.
Solvent glue[ edit ] Contact cement, a fast-drying glue, is widely used as an inhalant, as it typically contains solvents such as toluene sniffing paint vaporize at room temperature.
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When a gas that was stored under high pressure is released, it cools abruptly and can cause frostbite if it is inhaled directly from the container. Certain solvents are more hazardous than others, such as gasoline. Inthere were 14 communities in Central Australia reporting young people sniffing. As with many other drugs, users may also injure themselves due to loss of coordination or oaint judgment, especially if they attempt ;aint drive.
Hip hop performer Eminem wrote a song, "Bad Meets Evil", which refers to breathing " Nitrous oxide is thought to be particularly non-toxic, though heavy long-term use can lead to a variety of serious health problems linked to destruction of vitamin Sniffing paint and folic acid. In the tragicomedy Love Lizathe main character, played by Philip Seymour Hoffmanplays a man who takes up building remote-controlled airplanes as a hobby to give paaint an excuse to sniff the fuel in the sniffihg of his wife's suicide.
Inhaling fumes from household or workplace products—even just one time—can be very harmful to your brain and body.