Inhalants are toxic chemicals in the form of a gas. When breathed in, they make a
quick, intense high. Users often feel light-headed, dizzy, or giddy. Some children use
gasoline, airplane glue, or lighter fluid. But more than 1,000 types of chemicals may be
used as inhalants. Users absorb them by sniffing, "huffing," or "bagging." Huffing
involves putting rags soaked in inhalants over the mouth and nose and inhaling. Bagging is repeatedly inhaling in and out chemicals that are poured into a plastic or paper bag.