What Are the Effects of Inhaling Marker Fumes?


Makers used for writing, inhaling makers depends on what type of marker and quantity taken . Some markers (like sharpies) have fumes that can make you light headed, dizzy, or high .The effect of the effects of inhaling marker fumes marker fumes inhalation is more like as alcohol consumption. Short-term side effects, including nausea, forgetfulness and blurred vision, last between 15 and 45 minutes after the fumes have been inhaled. The long-term effects include permanent damage to the brain, liver, kidneys and bone marrow, hearing loss, increased heart rate and spasms in the arms and legs.
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