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Ohio Inhalant Addiction Rehab

Inhalant Addiction

Whether you or your loved one is addicted to inhalants, cocaine, opiates, heroin, or more, you can trust our Cincinnati team to prioritize your well-being and care for you as we’d care for our family members. Join us today.

Inhalant Rehab Center in Cincinatti

Inhalant Addiction
Treatment in Ohio.

When it comes to drug addictions, many people do not consider inhalants. Due to their accessibility and lower risk of addiction, inhalants often aren’t taken seriously. But inhalant addiction is real, and the only way to heal from it is to seek professional rehab.

At Cedar Oaks Wellness Center, our team in Cincinnati offers specialized inhalant addiction treatment. Whether you or a loved one are addicted to huffing paint thinner or sniffing glue, you can expect to receive individualized, compassionate treatment from a team that understands what you’re going through. We offer evidence-based therapies and have resources for family members who want to support their loved ones, too.

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What are Inhalants?

What are


Inhalant abuse describes the inhalation of a volatile substance in order to intentionally achieve a high, or altered mental state. While other types of drugs can be crushed into a powder and snorted or inhaled, inhalants specifically describe a class of drugs that can only be inhaled, whether through sniffing, huffing, or “bagging,” which involves inhaling fumes from substances inside plastic or paper bags. Many people abuse inhalants because the chemicals are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream, where they can reach the brain and produce immediate effects like light-headedness, loss of consciousness, and more.

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Addictions We
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what does inhalant addiction look like?

Types of Inhalants
That People Become Addicted To.

Inhalants are also widely abused because unlike drugs like fentanyl and heroin, they’re easily accessible, as they include more than 1,000 household and other common products.

Common types of abused inhalants include:

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of clients recover.

We have helped hundreds of clients recover.