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Inhalants refers to the vapors from toxic substances which are inhaled through the nose and/or mouth to reach a quick high. Of more than 1,000 household and other common products that could be abused as inhalants, most often used are shoe polish, glue, toluene, gasoline, lighter fluid, nitrous oxide or “whippets,” spray paint, correction fluid, cleaning fluid, amyl nitrite or “poppers,” locker room deodorizers or “rush,” and lacquer thinner or other paint solvents.
Most of these produce effects similar to anesthetics, which slow down the body’s functions. After an initial high and loss of inhibition comes drowsiness, light-headedness and agitation.
Some popular street names include air blast, satan’s secret, ames, hippie crack, huff, snappers, moon gas, bullet, toilet water, quicksilver and hiagra in a bottle.
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