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New Jersey Inhalants Addiction Treatment

Approximately  2.2 million people, 12 and older, in the United States reported inhalant use in the past year. While inhalant use may not get the same amount of attention as other commonly abused substances, the impact it can have on a person’s life is undeniable. As an example, 3.6% of 8th graders have used inhalants in the past year, which makes this a health concern among adolescents.

The teenage years are challenging for many, and the use of substances is almost expected during this age group. With access to drugs and alcohol, and exposure to peer pressures, adolescents and teens may find themselves in situations where they experiment with substances.

SOBA is an inhalant addiction treatment center in New Jersey that offers a continuum of treatment options. This allows us to provide you with support during each phase of your recovery. To learn more about our residential treatment center in New Jersey, call today!

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What are Inhalants?

Inhalants is a name used to describe a grouping of chemical vapors that can be inhaled to create a mind-altering effect. Inhalant use is more common among teens and adolescents than in adults. The four general categories of inhalants include:

  • Volatile Solvents- examples include paint thinners, dry cleaning fluids, degreasers, gasoline, glue, felt-tip markers.
  • Aerosols- examples include spray paint, hair spray, vegetable oil spray, fabric protector sprays.
  • Gases- examples include whipped cream dispensers, butane lighters, propane tanks, and refrigerants. Medical examples include chloroform, halothane, and nitrous oxide.
  • Nitrates- examples include video head cleaners, room odorizers, leather cleaners, liquid aroma.

 Volatile solvents, aerosols, and gases directly impact the central nervous system, while nitrates are used to dilate blood vessels, which can relax muscles.

If you have been considering an inpatient drug rehab center for yourself or a loved one, we encourage you to call SOBA New Jersey. You will quickly learn why we have become a trusted name as a drug rehab for inhalant addiction.

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Are There Any Dangers from Inhalant Use?

There are several health dangers associated with the use of inhalants that you should be aware of. Long-term health effects that can occur include liver and kidney damage, poor coordination, spasms in limbs, brain damage, and delayed development.

One of the short-term side effects of inhalant use that can be dangerous would be the presence of hallucinations.

Additionally, inhalant use can lead to death due to asphyxiation, suffocation, convulsions, seizures, coma, choking, and injuries resulting from impairment.

SOBA offers an inhalant substance abuse program that provides detoxification, inpatient rehab programming, outpatient programming, and sober living options. Call now to speak with a representative about our inhalant addiction treatment options!

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Signs and Symptoms of Inhalant Use

Individuals who are abusing inhalants may act as if they are drunk. Some of the signs and symptoms that you may see in someone who is abusing inhalants include:

  • Smelling like chemicals
  • Paint stains on self or clothes
  • Empty solvent containers, chemical-soaked rags, and empty paint cans
  • Red eyes
  • Runny nose
  • Slurred speech
  • Nausea, loss of appetite
  • Poor coordination
  • Irritability
  • Depression

As an inhalant addiction treatment center in New Jersey, SOBA offers unique treatment options that can enhance your treatment experience. To learn more about our trusted substance abuse treatment facility, call now!

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“I have been to other treatment centers and was never successful in maintaining sobriety. Thank you so much to Soba for helping me get my life back on track. I look forward to my future!”

I have so much to be grateful for because of SOBA. Megan

"The entire staff of SOBA is there for you...and give you the resources and strength to stay well. They showed me that there's nothing wrong with asking for help and carried me when I didn't have the strength or will to stand on my own.”

SOBA answered my call on the first ring and saved my life. Mike

"Entering recovery was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made. It was also one of the smartest, and one I wish that I had made 20 years ago. Last week I reached my 10-month clean date. I’d like to express my gratitude.”

I'm forever grateful to you all. Amanda S.

“If you want top-quality care then SOBA is the place to be. The staff from top to bottom are caring, understanding & well educated on addiction. If you want your life back then put your trust in SOBA.”

Because of them, I'm clear-minded & I have the most important thing back in my life, my family. Scott K.

“I want to say thank you to everyone at SOBA. I came to them totally broken. The staff there helped me get my mental health straightened out all while getting me off any and all drugs for the 1st time in 24 years.”

They SAVED MY LIFE. They can save yours. Mike P.

How Can Treatment Help with an Inhalant Addiction?

While an addiction to inhalants is not common, it can still happen if a person is using them often. Detox is a treatment recommendation for individuals who are abusing inhalants because they can experience withdrawal effects, including nausea, sweating, insomnia, and moodiness.

Something to take into consideration with individuals who are abusing inhalants is their age. Since inhalant abuse is more common among adolescents and teens, it may be appropriate to engage in additional addiction treatment programs.

Substance abuse treatment programs can help adolescents and teens learn about the dangers of inhalant use the risk of addiction, and explore the reasons that they have been using inhalants. Specialized treatment groups could be beneficial for teens as adolescents because it would allow them to make connections with others in their age group who have experienced similar pressures and challenges.

If the individual using inhalants is using them to cope with other mental health concerns, dual-diagnosis treatment can help them learn tools and skills that can help them cope with their mental health symptoms. With an increase in their emotion regulation skills and ability to self-soothe, they may find that they no longer need inhalants to cope.

SOBA is an inhalant addiction treatment center in New Jersey that you can trust. Our staff will provide you with the support, knowledge, and tools you need to have a healthy and lasting recovery. Call today to talk with a representative about your addiction treatment needs.

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SOBA is an Inhalant Addiction Treatment Center in New Jersey

When someone talks about an addiction, what are the substances that you think of first? Alcohol, opioids, or prescription medications? While inhalant use and abuse is not the first thing that comes to mind, it is still an abused substance that warrants medical treatment.

SOBA is an inhalant addiction treatment center in New Jersey that can provide you with detox, inpatient rehab programming, outpatient programming, and sober living options. This full continuum of care means that we can support you each step of the way without you needing to find a new treatment provider. Our staff will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan that fits your unique needs to ensure that you receive the treatment best suited for you.

Within each of our treatment programs, we can provide dual-diagnosis treatment options for individuals who are living with another mental health concern, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma-related concerns, and personality disorders.

As a trusted name for addiction treatment in New Jersey, we offer unique opportunities that can strengthen your treatment experience. This includes family therapy, adventure therapy, nutrition and wellness therapy, and telehealth treatment options.

We are proud to offer sober living options to those who are actively enrolled in our treatment options. We recognize the impact that your home environment can have on your recovery, and that some people need some experience in their recovery before returning home, and that’s okay! If you live alone, worry about substances in your home, or worry about the relationship with the people you live with, our sober living options could be a valuable resource for you!

We are confident that our inhalant drug rehab center can provide you with an individualized plan that addresses all of your mental health needs. At SOBA New Jersey, our goal is to provide you with the tools you need to live your best life. Call today to begin your treatment journey with SOBA New Jersey!

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