No. Poppers cause severe skin burns and eye damage, among other things. We recommend our blog post about the health risks and side effects of poppers read carefully.
Yes. Poppers cause severe skin burns and eye damage, among other things. We recommend that you read our blog post on the health risks and side effects of poppers carefully.
There are quite a number of unwanted side effects from poppers. The most common side effects are headaches from too much poppers or a burn of the skin on the nose because the open bottle accidentally came into contact with the nose. There are numerous other side effects, respectively. unwanted effects. Please read our blog post on the subject of health risks and side effects carefully.
All poppers are harmful. But there are major differences. This mainly depends on the particular ingredients together. Please look carefully. There is Rush with the ingredient pentyl nitrite or isopropyl nitrite. And from a health point of view, these are two different things. We recommend our blog post about the ingredients of poppers.
Stay away from nitrites that you don't know, especially isopropyl nitrided and isobutyl nitrided. Isopropylnitirt are very toxic by inhalation, there is danger to life by inhalation. Poppers with isobutyl nitrite are, among other things, carcinogenic. We recommend our blog post on the topic Ingredients of poppers .
Yes, there are poppers that are carcinogenic. These include poppers made from isobutyl nitrite. So hands off it. We recommend our blog post about the ingredients of poppers.
Yes, there are toxic poppers and those that are toxic when inhaled. These include poppers made from isopropyl nitrite. So hands off that too. We recommend our blog post about the ingredients of poppers.
Poppers cause serious eye damage. So avoid eye contact with poppers at all costs.
Long-term overdose can cause brain damage. There are only a few studies on this. So the rule is: turn on your head and use poppers with moderation.
No. Poppers are not addicting. There is no addiction.
When nitrites were inhaled, there was, among other things, a short-term sudden expansion of the blood vessels and thus a drop in blood pressure and a short-term lack of oxygen in the brain. After three minutes, the blood pressure has returned to normal.
In the past, amyl nitrite was used for decades to treat circulatory disorders of the coronary arteries, as amyl nitrite has a very vasodilatory effect. Because of the very short duration of action, there are now better and safer medicines for angina pectoris.
When inhaled, the nitrite enters the bloodstream via the lungs. There is a short-term increase in the pulse rate and a drop in blood pressure.
No. As the blood vessels expand, more blood is supplied to the heart and the blood pressure drops briefly. People with heart defects and people who take heart medication should stay away from poppers.
Long-term excessive consumption can lead to allergic reactions in the lungs.
With prolonged use, fainting, acute psychosis, temporary hemiplegia and, in rare cases, sudden death are possible. Chronic abuse can lead to facial skin damage, sinus infections, and allergic reactions in the lungs.
Excessive and regular consumption of poppers can lead to brain damage. To date, there are only a few reliable studies on this.
Yes, there are studies that indicate that excessive consumption of poppers can cause liver or kidney damage.
Yes. Excessive short-term use of poppers can lead to headaches. However, every person reacts differently to the different brands and ingredients.
Poppers cause severe burns to the skin. Take special care that the opened bottle does not touch your nose. If poppers touch the skin, wipe the affected area with cold water. If the chemical burn is still visible after two hours, consult a doctor.
People with low blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmias, anemia, heart problems, congenital heart defects, etc. should not consume poppers under any circumstances. If you are unsure, ask your doctor.
Especially in people with previous diseases of the cardiovascular system, it can lead to respiratory and cardiac arrest.