oxide is covered by the 2016 Psychoactive Substances Act, which means it's illegal to give away or sell.
Parents of teenagers might know about cannabis and legal highs, but if you asked them about the dangers of nitrous
oxide, how many of them could confidently say what they were?" Another member of the forum said nitrous
oxide was considered a "soft drug" by some, adding: "There is a naivety about it.
oxide can give a user feelings of euphoria as well as fits of giggles and laughter - hence the nickname laughing gas.
In four of the eight studies, a 50% nitrous
oxide / 50% oxygen mixture delivered through an on-demand valve activated by a patient's inspired breaths was used to minimize the risk of oversedation and to prevent hypoxia.
She argued that they did not know nitrous
oxide had been outlawed by the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016.
Oxide has no effect on the length of someone's labor and no known effects on the baby.
"A number of nitrous
oxide canisters and associated paraphernalia has been seized and a criminal investigation has commenced."
"Not only is using nitrous
oxide for anything other than its intended use extremely dangerous -- it can even prove fatal -- the anti-social behaviour associated with those inhaling it has a negative impact on those living and working in the area and it will not be tolerated."
Like all chemicals that have an effect on your body, nitrous
oxide can be harmful.
The work, backed by NASA's Astrobiology Institute, yielded the production of nitrous
oxide, which probably bubbled up and bolstered the amount of nitrous
oxide in the atmosphere.
oxide-oxygen sedation unit with breathing circuit was kept ready alongside dental chair.
South Flintshire Police said: "#WARNING Nitrous
oxide canisters (laughing gas) found up the Old Warren in Broughton.