Side effects of sedating
The most serious and dangerous side effects of nitrous oxide are usually reported after its use for recreational reasons, but this type of use is not the subject of this article.
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Each patient has a different level of tolerance in the gas.
Some patients may also show signs of reverse tolerance to repeated use of nitrous oxide.
Symptoms like sleepiness, difficulty to keep the eyes open or speak, or nausea are indications that the patient has been over-sedated and has reached a deeper level of sedation than it should be.
The following are some of the nitrous oxide side effects: Nausea - Nausea and dizziness is the most common side effect of nitrous oxide sedation.