#1
As the title suggests I'm curious about that. Say for x reson you wind up with an oxygen mask on your face. Would the added amount of oxygen give you a high or a buzz?

Please enlighten me,
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#3
Perhaps. Hypothesis such as these require rigorous field testing. So get it too it, young scientist. *ruffles hair*
#5
In a way, yes.
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#8
Yeah, it does kind of

It's nothing more than the kind of headrush you get from blowing up a lot of balloons
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#10
Oxygen is not a drug so no need to go to the drug thread.
No, you won't get high. The hemoglobin in your blood is already carrying the maximum amount of oxygen that it can from regular air, and having a higher concentration of oxygen present in your lungs won't make you high. It's a mental thing.
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#11
Quote by whatamidoinhere
Yeah, it does kind of

It's nothing more than the kind of headrush you get from blowing up a lot of balloons


Lack of oxygen from shortness of breath? Same basis as choking yourself for a high?
#12
Sort of. It's nothing compared to nitrogen oxide, though.
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#14
Where do we go from here?
The words are coming out all weird
Where are you now, when I need you
Alone on an aeroplane
Fall asleep on against the window pane
My blood will thicken

I need to wash myself again to hide all the dirt and pain
'Cause I'd be scared that there's nothing underneath
But who are my real friends?
Have they all got the bends?
Am I really sinking this low?

My baby's got the bends, oh no
We don't have any real friends, no, no, no

Just lying in the bar with my drip feed on
Talking to my girlfriend, waiting for something to happen
I wish it was the sixties, I wish I could be happy
I wish, I wish, I wish that something would happen

Where do we go from here?
The planet is a gunboat in a sea of fear
And where are you?
They brought in the CIA, the tanks and the whole marines
To blow me away, to blow me sky high

My baby's got the bends
We don't have any real friends

Just lying in the bar with my drip feed on
Talking to my girlfriend, waiting for something to happen
I wish it was the sixties, I wish I could be happy
I wish, I wish, I wish that something would happen

I wanna live, breathe
I wanna be part of the human race
I wanna live, breathe
I wanna be part of the human race, race, race, race

Where do we go from here?
The words are coming out all weird
Where are you now when I need you?
#15
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Sort of, it's nothing compared to nitrogen oxide though.


considering N02 is a dissociative drug that really should't surprise anyone.
#16
I don't think so. But enough pure oxygen will kill you.
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#17
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Lack of oxygen from shortness of breath? Same basis as choking yourself for a high?


When you're blowing up a balloon quickly you take lots of deep breaths in rapid succession, and it's that amount of oxygen in your system that goes to your head and causes the rush.

With an oxygen mask it might be a bit different, because each breath provides more oxygen than a breath of air, and so breathing would be slowed, which I suppose would cause a calming effect
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...Some of us crash land, some of us eject...

...Some restore the blood flow, some just let it go and bleed...

...Some of us obsess, some move on to something new
#18
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#19
Quote by freedoms_stain
Well, high concentrations of oxygen are toxic, so you'll feel high as you die.


+1

also, stay the hell away from singlet oxygen, which is toxic. as is ozone.
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#20
i think its lack of oxygen that makes you high. and have you been watching fight club TS?
#21
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When you're blowing up a balloon quickly you take lots of deep breaths in rapid succession, and it's that amount of oxygen in your system that goes to your head and causes the rush.

With an oxygen mask it might be a bit different, because each breath provides more oxygen than a breath of air, and so breathing would be slowed, which I suppose would cause a calming effect



neither changes the fact that you can't intake a much larger than average concentration of oxygen in your blood...
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#23
It calms you, so slightly. That's why they put it in airplanes and tell you to put the masks on in the event of a crash. It keeps everyone calm.
#25
Quote by -February-Star-
Sort of. It's nothing compared to nitrogen oxide, though.

Oh my freaking God that stuff is awesome. When I broke my arm, they used it as a pain killer while they snapped it back in place. It still hurt like a bitch, but I was floating before it.