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October Tips of the Month: What are the Possible Effects of Using Inhalants?

Using inhalants even one time can put you risk for:

  • Sudden Death:
    • Suffocation.
    • Visual hallucinations and severe mood swings.
    • Numbness and tingling of the hands and feet.
  • Prolonged use can result in:
    • Headache, muscle weakness, abdominal pain.
    • Decrease or loss of sense of smell.
    • Nausea and nosebleeds.
    • Hepatitis.
    • Violent behavior.
    • Irregular heartbeat.
    • Liver, lung, and kidney impairment.
    • Brain damage.
    • Nervous system damage.
    • Dangerous chemical imbalances in the body.
    • Involuntary passing of urine and feces.

Long-term use of inhalants has been associated with irreversible brain damage.


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