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Drug abuse act on brain mechanisms that cause a high-risk individual to engage in aggressive and violent behavior. Glue sniffing is often a springboard to the abuse of more addictive drugs. Despite its high prevalence and serious consequences, we know relatively little about the aggressive behavioral effects of volatile inhalants abuse, especially glue. The aim of the present study was to investigate the link between the duration of glue exposure, a common substance abuse problem in Morocco, and the level of aggressive behavior during withdrawal.
For this we used the isolation-induced aggression model "residents" in three groups of mice. The showed that the of attacks decreased halved and the latency of the first attack increased doubled following acute glue Side effects of huffing glue.
However, the effects of chronic exposure and of 1week of withdrawal led to an increase in the intensity of agonistic encounters. After 2weeks of withdrawal, the intensity of aggressive behavior decreased again. These indicated that chronic glue exposure and the first week of withdrawal are associated with increased aggression in mice. Keywords: Aggression; Agonistic encounters; Chronic withdrawal; Glue exposure.
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