Thursday, March 12, 2009

Inhalants: The Toxic High (Parent Guides To Childhood Drug Use)

By J. Frederick Garman and Waln K. Brown
While there are many chemicals capable of intoxication, inhalants, in general, create a quickly developing, intense, short-lived “high.” They are a depressant to the central nervous system, with effects similar to those of alcohol intoxication. Inhalants adversely affect the user’s physical and mental health. They damage vital organs such as the heart and kidneys. Inhalants also serve as a “gateway” drug” to other types of substance abuse.
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