History

Inhaling substances to achieve intoxication is not new. Inhaling ether and nitrous oxide ('laughing gas'), as well as commercially available volatile products, has a considerable pedigree.

Public concern is more recent. In the United States during the 1950s and 1960s there was much publicity about glue sniffing; this helped to publicize the possibilities of glue as an intoxicant/4) Only in the 1970s did public concern about volatile substance abuse emerge in the United Kingdom. By 1983 this reached a peak—there were more press cuttings on the subject than on all other drugs.(5) Since then, public interest has waned, despite evidence of continuing high levels of experimental use.

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