At the end of my workday today I was asked to help mount something using Krylon Spray Adhesive. I was stuck inside of a relatively small room without ventilation for perhaps 30 seconds or 1 min doing the job. The spray was used while I stood outside the room. I held my breath upon entering but quickly ran out of breath and took a few small-medium breaths in the room and even held a breath briefly once inside from air in the room. The only symptom I have noticed since then is what I feel to be the taste or smell of the stuff. But I could be imagining it. I went for a run after getting home and didn't have a problem. I have been noticing a bit of a wierd sensation and a slight taste when breathing but it could have simply been a result of the run in the cold weather. I know spray glue is toxic and is dangerous. I am very sensitive to doing damage to my brain or lungs over this. Is there any chance that either of these things occurred from such a small exposure?