Inhalants (spray paint, poppers, whippets, duster) | Inhalant Addiction
We would like welcome you, the addict who is presently battling an addiction to inhalants, like whippets (nitrous oxide), poppers, duster, spray paint, etc. Origins Behavioral HealthCare understand the serious nature of your affliction and we would like to express that we have an established competency in treating inhalant addicts like yourself.
Please let us be very clear, however, that your particular drug of choice constitutes one of the greatest neurological dangers posed by any form of recreational drugs. In fact, the data and clinical observation suggests that the damage done to one’s brain by huffing/inhaling holds the greatest degree of permanency and takes the longest amount of time to fully recover from. The damage you are doing to your brain very well may be permanent, so there is no time like the present to stop the harm and we can absolutely help you to do that.
The greatest tragedy involved within the use of inhalants is that quite often those who abuse such things are actually very young, since things like spray paint, duster, and glue are very easy for even very young people to obtain. We have seen a stark rise in the use of such inhalants among adolescents over the course of the past few decades.
As well, we have seen a lot of clients who have abused amyl/butyl nitrates or “poppers” which are often initially used for their sexual enhancing properties. Unfortunately, many of our inhalant addict clients have reported that in time their reliance upon poppers made it to where they were really uninterested in sexual intercourse without the presence of poppers. In time, this turned into really no interest in anything at all but the poppers.
Inhalant addiction is a very real problem and is not something a person can generally overcome on their own. They need support and fellowship with others just like them, which is precisely what the therapeutic setting at Origins will provide to the inhalant addict.
If you would like to discuss your addiction to inhalants, please feel free to call 561-841-1296 at any time.
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