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How can I tell if my child is abusing inhalants?

Michele Borba
Psychology
Watch for missing or empty chemical containers left around the house or in the garbage. The abuser often has symptoms such as drunken-like appearance, glassy eyes, chemical smell on clothing or breath, slurred speech, or restlessness, nervousness or mood swings.
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