A surprising new study on the long-term health effects of cleaning products found that inhaling sprays and other chemical cleaners at home or work may be as damaging to lungs as a 20-year, pack-a-day smoking habit.
The study, released in February 2018, investigated the long-term effects of cleaning with commercial products, on lung function and airway obstruction. Numerous prior studies have linked inhalation of cleaning products with increased risk of asthma, prompting researchers to question the impact to average people from conducting routine cleaning, defined as more than one time per week, either at home or at the workplace.
Learn more and view the amazing test results here: http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/cleaning-products-damaging-smoking-20-cigarettes-day This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018
Also, Don’t Miss: Consumer Alert: Air Fresheners http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/consumer-alert-air-fresheners You might be surprised to learn that it’s actually indoor air quality, permeated by chemical “air fresheners,” and other toxic chemicals that is a top concern for public health.