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Psychology Drug Project



What is your psychoactive drug?
Toxic Inhalants

Solvents- ​Paint thinners, gasoline, Sharpies, glue, nail polish remover (acetone) Aerosols- ​Spray paint, hair spray, computer dusters
Gases- ​Nitrous oxide, Chloroform, Propane tanks
Nitrites- ​Room deodorizer, leather cleaner, shoe cleaner
Explain what type of psychoactive drug it is. (1,2,3, or 4) listed in Directions
Stimulant
What are the Dangers and Side Effects? *Give things like statistics
How to tell if someone is involved in Inhalant Abuse Paint or other chemical stains on hands or clothes Empty spray-able cans with rags covered in chemicals Drunk, dazed, and/or unfocused behaviors
Side Effects
Brain damage
Loss of appetite
The “high” and fall resembles that of alcoholic intoxication
● Teens are the highest age group of inhalant abusers (60%)
● Only 140k dependencies (3x less than alcohol)
What happens when or if you’re addicted?
Most abusers will try to find anything to inhale that’s toxic. This leaves them searching the house for cleaning products or anything pressurized with a gas to inhale.
How high is the psychological dependence and physical dependence? *Look up each if you don’t know what psychological and physical dependence is.
Psychological dependence​- if you don’t take this every day after you’re addicted, your brain will start messing up
Physical dependence​- if you don’t take this every day after you’re addicted, you’ll start to have health problems
Toxic Inhalants have a high ​psychological dependence​. Once someone is addicted to toxic inhalants, their brain is used to that high. Although long term effects include brain damage, the brain still grows dependent on that high of inhalants.
https://www.addictioncenter.com/drugs/inhalants/ https://abovetheinfluence.com/drugs/inhalants/ https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/inhalants

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