Inhalant, Whippet, and Popper Abuse (Library Binding)
While some forms of addiction are given plenty of airtime on television and news media, other drugs seem to fly under the radar for most Americans. This text explores the surprisingly common abuse of household items for chasing dangerous highs. Because of their everyday nature, the age at which many people find their way to inhalants is nationally lower than for other, similarly destructive drugs. With the use of featured sidebars, Myths and Facts, 10 Great Questions to Ask a Specialist, and real narratives from abusers, this book uncovers what types of products can be used as inhalants and offers practical advice on overcoming addiction.