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Scott90

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all of us have some addictions attached to, mine might be a weird one too, and not that addicted but, i like the smell of diesel. everytime i fuel up, i can't resist sniffing diesel.
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JoeyAnn

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I agree Curt
Macattack10711

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I huff acetone daily. I also chew ice constantly. I'm severely anemic registering around 8.3 on a regular basis. Acetone makes my mouth water and calms me down. Ice does the same. I hate multivitamins because they hurt my belly. I can't stop and don't really want to.
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I have been smelling alcohol since I was 5 years old on n off now I'm 22 years old and I have been doing it now for months I can't stop how can we be helped ??
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Found this forum when searching "isopropyl sniffing."

Logical reason why I'm inhaling it? Radical method to cure my sinusitis.

Years of my addiction? Less than 1 year. My previous addiction is "consuming talcum powder for about 6 months," radical method to cure my hemorrhoids but not effective and only cause uncontrollable bowel movement.

Positive effects on me of inhaling isopropyl? 1. Clear breathing, 2. Way to pass time instead wasting money eating junk foods, 3. Stress reducer due to pleasant smell of it

Negative effects on me of inhaling isopropyl? 1. Slight headache, 2. Little drowsy, 3. Wasting of time instead going to rest or more time consume doing task

How I sniff this substance and control my behavior? After buying 70% GreenCross 250ml alcohol, I use face towel to spread onto it then sniff. I temporary stop if I don't want to continue anymore. 250ml bottle is for about 1-2 weeks consumption.

This experiment is still considered addiction cause I only do this when no one is seeing.


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Broncosgirl82

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I sniff alcohol.. Usually medical grade 99% because I work in a medical facility and have it around constantly. I didn't sniff it until I started working here. I'm an alcoholic and sniffing it just increases my urge to drink. All I can think about by the time I get off work is going to get a drink. I've sniffed lots of other things in the past... Goof Off..spray paint.. Acetone..paint thinner...finger nail polish.. Zippo lighter fluid.. Starter fluid..gasoline..gas additive.. Varnish... PVC glue.. And my own mix of bleach, Fabulous and pine sol... Anything that burns my nose. I'm anemic (7.0 right now) I think my the worse my Anemia gets, the more I crave to sniff... I seriously can't get over sniffing.. I'm not sure if I'm addicted to the burn or the actual chemical. I want to stop but I just can't. No one knows about this addiction... I feel terrible about it.. What do I do?
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Originally Posted by Broncosgirl82
I sniff alcohol.. Usually medical grade 99% because I work in a medical facility and have it around constantly. I didn't sniff it until I started working here. I'm an alcoholic and sniffing it just increases my urge to drink. All I can think about by the time I get off work is going to get a drink. I've sniffed lots of other things in the past... Goof Off..spray paint.. Acetone..paint thinner...finger nail polish.. Zippo lighter fluid.. Starter fluid..gasoline..gas additive.. Varnish... PVC glue.. And my own mix of bleach, Fabulous and pine sol... Anything that burns my nose. I'm anemic (7.0 right now) I think my the worse my Anemia gets, the more I crave to sniff... I seriously can't get over sniffing.. I'm not sure if I'm addicted to the burn or the actual chemical. I want to stop but I just can't. No one knows about this addiction... I feel terrible about it.. What do I do?


Change your work like being a service crew to McDonald's. It may be a low paying job compare to your current job but it'll keep you busy and tired all day. Thus, you can minimize your addiction. The long term effect of sniffing alcohol could cost you hundreds or even millions of dollars for heart replacement/lung surgery.

I'm also addicted to sniffing Isopropyl alcohol. What I'm doing now is, will work as a Salesboy to apparel store (will carry goods, mop the floor, display items in the store) while maximizing the 45 minutes travel time to write a money-making related article using my tablet that I'll post on my blog with Google Adsense monetization.

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Broncosgirl82

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McDonalds pay can't come close to my salary at my work. There's absolutely no way I'd ever leave my job!!! I have bills and a family to support. I'm the primary bread winner in my household. So that won't work. I also drive 45 minutes one way to my job. So I'm spending a good 14 hours dedicated to my job. But when I get home, I sniff.
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