Inhaling Liquefied Petroleum Gas (aka Propane) are much they same as sniffing gasoline/petrol and other hydrocarbons, Khalid.
The short term effects include:
Euphoria - feeling happy, elated Dizziness, giddiness, light headed Hallucinations Muscle weakness Nausea, chills General numbness Disassociation Lack of coordination Central nervous system depression - may cause breathing difficulties and/or heart failure.
With repeated exposure the longer term effects include:
Brain and nerve damage, seizures, tremor, brain hemorrhage, impaired memory, mood swings, depression, inability to think clearly/logically Cardiovascular effects such as malformed blood cells, heart damage, irregular and/or depressed heart rate, high blood pressure, Lungs may be damaged Acute and chronic liver and kidney inflammation which may permanently damage both organs if prolonged Reduced red and white blood cells, depressed immune function, increase in infections
LPG is highly flammable with a high risk of explosion.
I do it a bit. It just makes me LAUGH so hard for about a minute. Maybe a little shaky afterwards, but nothing too bad. Does make the heart beat pretty hard, which I know is probably bad. I generally only do it if I've been drinking, which might dull some of it, dunno.
I did do a lot one night, added to the effects, saw things differently, like the world was a black and white tv, with not great reception haha.
I have no idea about long term stuff, although dont think the flammability matters much, not like your holding a flame to it.
I have seen the effects that gasoline/petrol sniffing has on individuals and it isn't pretty. Tom. Sniffing LPG/propane also damage to the brain, lungs and possibly heart. I urge you to find a less dangerous form of entertainment.
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