Inhalants are solvents, aerosols and gases found in household spray, cleaners, paints, glues, etc.
Paint thinner, paint remover, degreasers, dry cleaning fluids, gas, correction fluids, permanent markers, freeze sprays, glue, spray paint, hair spray, fabric protector, aerosol computer cleaners, vegetable oil sprays, butane lighters, propane tanks, whip cream containers, ether, chloroform nitrous oxide.
Confusion, nausea, slurred speech, lack of coordination, dizziness, drowsiness, lightheadedness, disinhibition, delusions or hallucinations, headaches, sudden sniffing death due to heart failure, death from asphyxiation, suffocation, convulsions, seizures, coma or choking
The long-term effects are liver and kidney damage, limb spasms, brain damage from lack of oxygen, problems with thinking, movement, vision and hearing.
Other health related issues are low birth weight during pregnancy, bone problems, delayed behavioral development & altered metabolism.
The symptoms of withdrawal include nausea, loss of appetite, sweating, tics, sleep problems and mood changes.
Inhaled thru the nose or mouth.
They could be a common household product.