This video about volatile substances, or 'huffing', is for New Zealand parents, caregivers, whānau and those working with young people to understand basic facts about inhaling substances, or huffing. Don't stop here, start a conversation.
These toxic chemicals are commonly found in New Zealand households? Using them to feel out of it is very dangerous but very uncommon. They are usually designed to be used as a poison, fuel, or cleaning product. Any use of these substances carries a risk of sudden death. They should always be avoided.
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This includes the complete Did You Know Conversation Guide which you can also view and download right now: A guide to conversations with young people about drugs and alcohol (PDF, 2.7 MB).