Federal Council for the Protection of Health Risks (Kaufipli) posted about “Pops“, for chemicals containing Very poisonous, irritantsvolatile and flammable, except that they addictive ability.
According to the committee, “poppers” were called “poppers” because the name onomatopoeia, derived from the noise (“pop”) produced when a vial containing amyl nitrile breaks.These types of products are consumed inhalation of steam comes out.
in a releaseCofepris details the above product, which is typically sold in liquid form and contains small jarhas become popular among the youth and adolescent population.
Cofepris informs about the consequences of using poppers
The committee explains that “some uses of these products are psychoactive substances and/or sexual stimulants and produce a state Euphoria and a lack of repression, which may increase unsafe sexual practices, leading to contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs). “
Additionally, he cited consumer tolerance for poppers as one of the biggest dangers.Due to its short duration of action, people require higher doses, which increases the risk of overdose poisoning and suffering adverse effects, the most common of which are Dizziness, Vomited, lower blood pressure or tachycardia.
Other possible health effects include: irritation of the respiratory tract, causing difficulty breathing; chronic cough; bronchitis; and lipoid pneumonia. It can also cause eye injuries, visual impairment, and in some cases, Loss of vision.
“Chronic abuse of this substance can affect peripheral nerves, causing muscle weakness, numbness and difficulty with movement coordination. In addition, they can have a negative impact on the cardiovascular system, causing a drop in blood pressure, Tachycardiacardiac arrhythmia, ventricular fibrillation, and even increased risk of heart attack,” the statement said.
Concomitant use of “poppers” with other drugs (such as MDMA, meth, and cocaine) or medications (drugs that prolong erections or treat high blood pressure) may put additional stress on the cardiovascular system, which may increase with age. More intense and dangerous. are the dosage and frequency of use of these substances.
Cofepris stressed that the compounds found in these products are amyl, isobutyl, isopropyl or butyl nitrite, characterized by a colorless liquid in some cases and a yellow color in others.Furthermore, they are poisonous, irritantshighly volatile and flammable.