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  • Answer: Tens of thousands of individuals have died from inhalants, around the world. When the concentration of inhalants build up in the lungs to toxic levels (e.g. those levels which do not allow for adequate oxygenation of the brain, heart and other essential tissues), then death may ensue.
  • Answer: it can damage your lungs which it can release chemical gases as known as mikogstin which can flow through your body and destruct your sperm and will not be able to have babies also it damages your bones by the chemical destructing the cells and blood strip weakining your bone and will be able to dislocate it very easy.
  • Answer: inhalants were first used by doctors
  • Answer: At one point I heard that the state of Md. lost over 500 people a year due to inhalants
  • Answer: Yes inhalants are stimulants because they cause hyperactivity. Therefore they are stimulants.
  • Answer: No they do not. There is nothing good about them and anyone that takes then can suffer from a painful death.
    That is actually not true. Doctors use inhalants to treat respiratory conditions such as asthma or COPD. Albuterol is one of the most commonly used inhalant drugs.
  • Answer: Any activity that is repeatedly done can become addictive.
  • Answer: no body knows.haaaa! LOL
  • Answer: No more or less than anything else. It depends on a number of factors: Preferred drug/type of high, frequency of use, availability, personal experiences, other options. They can potentially be very addictive, but it varies from person to person.
  • Answer: your moma inveted it in 1526 when she was 4
  • Answer: Inhalants are a certain type of drug. A classification.
  • Answer: Ventolin, when inhaled, is used to treat asthma. Marijuana, also, has been used to treat cancer patients dealing with chemotherapy; the ThC helps them cope with pain, nausea, and lack of appetite.
  • Answer: Yes you can because sniffing inhalants are illegal you can face up to 4 years in prison.

What are the dangers of inhalants?

  • the fumes from toxic chemicals can kill you fast (heart stops, suffocation accidents) or slowly (brain damage). they can also cause permanent injuries such as nerve or kidney damage, permanent paralysis or shaking, brain damage and loss of bladder control (AKA YOUR URINATING PROCESSER)

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