My local TV has been doing a series on this, including interviews with parents of children who died from huffing common products found around our homes. These include aerosols, volattile solvents (even felt-tipped pens), gases (one boy died from huffing an air conditioner), nitrites (room deodorizers)
Abusers, primarily adolescents, inhale chemical vapors from a variety of substances, many of which are common household products. These young people abuse inhalants in order to obtain a euphoric effect and are often unaware of the potential risks, which include brain damage and death. Some adults also abuse inhalants, particularly nitrites. Adult abusers often inhale substances in order to enhance their sexual experiences.
This problem has been around for quite a while, but has been out of the big picture due to illegal drug use.
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