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When an Acetone poisoning occurs when there's more acetone in your body than the liver can break down.
Acetone is a clear liquid that smells like nail polish remover. When exposed to the air, it quickly evaporates and remains highly flammable. Acetone is dangerous to use around an open flame. Hundreds of commonly used household products contain acetone, including furniture polish, rubbing alcohol, and nail polish.

Acetone poisoning is rare. The body is capable of breaking down large amounts of acetone naturally. For overexposure to occur, you must produce, inhale, or ingest very large amounts within a short period of time. Mild acetone poisoning complications include:
-headache
-slurred speech
-lethargy
-lack of coordination
-a sweet taste in the mouth

Severe complications are very rare and include:
-coma
-low blood pressure
-deep stupor

Acetone poisoning can be life-threatening.large industrial plant or a small container releases a substance, it enters the environment. This release does not always lead to exposure. You are exposed to a substance only when you come in contact with it by breathing, eating, touching, or drinking.
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