Inhalants

What Inhalants are and what they do.

What are Inhalants?

Ordinary Household Products that are inhaled of sniffed by Children to get high.

What are some Other Names for this Drug?

Gluey, Huff, Rush, and Whippets

What does it look like?

Model Airplane Glue, Nail Polish Remover, Cleaning Fluids, Hair Spray, Gasoline, Aerosol Propellant from Whipped Cream, Spray Paint, Fabric Protector, Freon, Cooking Spray, and Correcting Fluid.

How is it used?

It is Sniffed, Snorted, Bagged, or Huffed.

What Form can it be found in?

Solid, Fluid, and Gas.

What are the Short-Term Effects?

Alcohol-Like Effects; such as Slurred Speech, Inability to coordinate, Dizziness, Light-Headedness, Hallucinations, and Delusions.

What Are Long-Term Effects?

Withdrawl Systems, Weight Loss, Muscle Weakness.

Another Interesting Fact about this drug

If you do this drug too often or too much of it, you can die.