Almost anything can be an inhalant. The most commonly abused inhalants are nitrous oxide and amyl nitrite. Most inhalants are used to as accelerates in cans, or as cleaning material but others such as gasoline, or glues are also abused. Most of the abused inhalants are fat soluble so they stay in the human body for a long time. The initial effects include euphoric feelings, nausea, drooling, and sneezing. After prolonged continues exposure hallucinations and loss of control may take place. After more exposure the user passes out, and if they are not exposed to fresh air they could die. Several deaths have been linked to sniffing include sudden deaths from exposure to inhalants. Continual use leads to depression, mental confusion, and paranoia. Brain damage is shown by loss of mental ability and motor control. Mental dependence is common especially in younger people using inhalants, tolerances develop and so does physical addiction. The most present danger with inhalants is the treat of suffocating from lack of oxygen.