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Inhalant abuse is becoming a bigger and bigger problem, especially among younger people, because it is so easy to get items that can be inhaled to get intoxicated. While it is a cheap high, there are many signs that are obvious when it comes to abuse of inhalants. Symptoms range from problems with the brain to the inability to function normally in society. When the symptoms become really bad, it is time to start thinking about treatment for inhalant abuse. We know the dangers involved with a long term addiction to inhalants, and have listed therapists who can help you start down the road toward recovery.
Symptoms of Inhalant Abuse
These are some of the common signs and symptoms of long term inhalant abuse.
- Dizziness and blurred vision as well as other physical problems.
- Lethargy and apathy also are one of the signs of inhalant abuse and addiction.
- Poor motor skills and inability to do simple tasks is another sign of long term inhalant misuse.
Along with the above signs of inhalant abuse, there are other dangers involved with huffing and using inhalants.
Dangers and Risks of Inhalant Abuse
When it comes to inhalant addiction, there are numerous risks and dangers involved in the short and long term. For one, inhalant intoxication can cause serious damage to important areas of the brain. This is why motor skills are impaired with inhalant intoxication. The problem is that some of the damage will not be repaired and will become permanent. The other risks revolve around social aspects of a person's life. There are quite a few emotional problems that may develop from abuse of inhalants as well. All of these things should concern you if you see any of the signs of inhalant abuse in your own life. If you do, there is help available for treatment.
Treatment for Inhalant Abuse
Getting treatment for long term inhalant abuse is important if you want to avoid the dangers of an addiction to inhalants. The warning signs are easy to see sometimes, but actually getting help for a problem with drugs can be a difficult first step to take. On GoMentor.com you can find and contact therapists who are trained to help deal with the problems associated with quitting an inhalant addiction. If you want some help getting your life back and are tired of the problems associated with inhalant abuse, it is time to take the first step and book a session with one of the therapists listted here on GoMentor.com so that you can get the help you need to end your abuse of inhalants. The road to recovery is a long one, but with our help, you have a good chance of succeeding.
Definition of Inhalant Abuse
Inhalant abuse is inhaling substances and fumes in order to get a chemical reaction in the brain despite continued use having serious health problems as well as other negative side effects. Signs of inhalant abuse include health problems with vision and other areas of the body, slowed reflexes, poor motor skills, and other troubling symptoms. Treatment for inhalant abuse is difficult but possible.
Symptoms of / Reasons for Inhalant Abuse
- Blurred vision
- Slowed reflexes
- Poor motor skills
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