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Inhalants are common household, industrial and medical products that produce vapours, which some people inhale breathe in to make them feel intoxicated or high.

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Inhalant abusers risk an array of other devastating medical consequences. The highly concentrated chemicals in solvents or aerosol sprays can induce irregular and rapid heart rhythms and lead to fatal heart failure within minutes of a session of prolonged sniffing.

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This syndrome, known as "sudden sniffing death," can result from a single session of inhalant use by an otherwise healthy young person. Sudden sniffing death is associated particularly with the abuse of butane, propane, and chemicals in aerosols.

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Inhalant abuse also can cause death by—. Based on independent studies performed over a year period in three different states, the of inhalant-related fatalities in the United States is approximately — per year.

Inhalants research report

Animal and human research shows that most inhalants are extremely toxic. Perhaps the most ificant toxic effect of chronic exposure to inhalants is widespread and long-lasting damage to the brain and other parts of the nervous system. For example, chronic abuse of volatile solvents, such as toluene or naphthalene the volatile ingredient in mothballsdamages the protective sheath around certain nerve fibers in the brain and peripheral nervous system.

This extensive destruction of nerve fibers is clinically similar to that seen with neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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The neurotoxic effects of prolonged inhalant abuse include neurological syndromes that reflect damage to parts of the brain involved in controlling cognition, movement, vision, and hearing. Cognitive abnormalities can range from mild impairment to severe dementia. Inhalants also are highly toxic to other organs. Chronic exposure can produce ificant damage to the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys.

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Although some inhalant-induced damage to the nervous and other organ systems may be at least partially reversible when inhalant abuse is stopped, many syndromes caused by repeated or prolonged abuse are irreversible. Abuse of inhalants during pregnancy also may place infants and children at increased risk of developmental harm. Animal studies deed to simulate human patterns of inhalant abuse suggest that prenatal exposure to toluene can result in reduced birth weights, occasional skeletal abnormalities, delayed neurobehavioral development, and altered regulation of metabolism and body composition in males, as well as food intake and weight gain in both sexes.

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A of case reports note abnormalities in newborns of mothers who chronically abuse solvents, and there is evidence of subsequent developmental impairment in some of these children. However, no well-controlled prospective study of the effects of prenatal exposure to inhalants in humans has been conducted, and it is not possible to link prenatal exposure to a particular chemical to a specific birth defect or developmental problem.

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Finally, a survey of over 13, high school students has identified an association between disordered eating defined as a positive response to one or more of three questions about engaging in inappropriate behaviors for weight control during the past 30 days and inhalant use among both male and female students. National Institutes of Health. Drug Topics.

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Research Report. Inhalants Research Report What are the other medical consequences of inhalant abuse?

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Inhalant abuse also can cause death by— asphyxiation — from repeated inhalations that lead to high concentrations of inhaled fumes, which displace available oxygen in the lungs; suffocation — from blocking air from entering the lungs when inhaling fumes from a plastic bag placed over the head; convulsions or seizures — from abnormal electrical discharges in the brain; coma — from the brain shutting down all but the most vital functions; choking — from inhalation of vomit after inhalant use; or fatal injury — from accidents, including motor vehicle fatalities, suffered while intoxicated.

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