These addictive and deadly substances are found in nearly every home in the world. Unfortunately, they are popular substances for abuse by teens and even pre-teens.
National estimates of inhalant abuse state that more than 6% of eighth graders have abused these substances in the past year. But that is not the most frightening statistic. What is more terrifying is that two-thirds of eighth graders don’t think there is any risk to abusing inhalants once or twice. Four in ten don’t think it is harmful to abuse them regularly.
Educate your children and protect them from organ damage or death.
A guide to understanding and handling the problem
Anyone who might abuse these substances needs to know that even the first try can be deadly.
Know how to identify the signs of inhalant abuse - it might help you save someone’s life.
Find out what products around your home can be abused.
What methods could your children be using to get high with these substances? And what nicknames do they use for them?
Read the list of what to look for if inhalants are being abused.
Learn the signs of addiction to inhalants so you know how serious the problem is.
How do you approach your children on this subject? Helpful tips.
In-depth information on all the ways inhalants can harm a person’s health.
The six ways inhalants can kill a person. This is vital to know.
Learn the effects when a person repeatedly abuses inhalants.
Brain, heart and kidneys are particularly at risk.
Youth need to know how they can damage their future health.