(HUFFING CLASS) - INHALANT ABUSE OUTLAWS INHALANTS WHAT ARE...

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OUTLAWS INHALANT ABUSE
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OUTLAWS INHALANTS WHAT ARE INHALANTS? Inhalants are breathable chemical vapors that produce mind-altering effects. Inhalants are often abused because they are readily available, inexpensive, and can be found almost anywhere.
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OUTLAWS HOW ARE INHALANTS INGESTED? Several methods of inhalation are used by abusers: Use of a bag – The bag is filled with the fumes and the user breathes air from the bag. Sometimes users will put their entire head into the bag. Use of a rag – The rag is soaked in the product and the user presses the rag over his/her mouth and nose. Pressurized Containers – Some abusers will inhale the product directly from the container.
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OUTLAWS Long-Term Side Effects Memory Loss Loss of Coordination Slurred Speech Emotional Instability Body Tremors Hearing Loss Loss of Sense of Smell Liver Damage Sight Disorders Kidney Damage Paralysis Brain Damage Bone Marrow Damage Sudden Sniffing Death Inhalants can cause serious damage to the brain. . . .
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OUTLAWS B. B. Cerebral Cortex – Personality changes, memory loss, hallucinations, and learning disabilities. C.
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