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Larry Rapsard

on 26 April 2010

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Inhalants : Stimulant By Meaghan May and Elizabeth Rapsard Drug Description Inhalants are vapors that people breath to become high. Most of the time these inhalants are common household items. Street Names Whippets, poppers, snappers, Air blast, Bullet bolt, Hippie crack, Satan’s Secret, Texas Shoe Shine, moon gas How Inhalants are Used Inhale chemicals to get a high feeling that can last up to 45 min. Medical Uses Nitrous oxide is a dental anesthetic, amyl nitrite is a treatment for angina pertoris, solvents and aerosols have none. Visible Signs and Symptoms Slurred speech, Lack of coordination, Dizziness, Lightheadedness, Hallucinations, Delusions, Loss in control, Lingering headache, Confusion, Nausea or vomiting . hearing loss, limb spasms, central nervous system or brain damage. Mental Effects Consequences of Using Inhalants Can lead to brain or other organ damage, muscle spasms and tremors Addiction, Liver, lung, and kidney problems, Muscle weakness
loss in vision and hearing, Death from choking on vomit, Heart attack from irregular or rapid heart beat, death, and bone marrow damage.
Any toxic house hold products, you can walk to the hardware store and walk out with any chemical used to get high. White out, cooking sprays, colored markers, gasoline, pam cooking spray, and paint thinners Where do Inhalants Come From http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/streetterms/ByType.asp?intTypeID=34





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