1. Disinfectant Overkill: Your household cleaners are full of harmful chemicals that pose potential serious health consequences. This includes increased antibiotic resistance… To put it plainly, disinfectants are unnecessary. You can stick to basics and use soap and water to clean any surfaces and objects.
2. Harsh Chemicals Cause Health Problems The use of everyday cleaning products and being exposed to the chemicals inside has been linked to increasing the chance of chronic lung disease (COPD) with long term use: In a recent analysis of the U.S. Nurses Health Study, it was found that nurses who use disinfectants weekly, were at a 24%-32% higher risk of developing COPD. Disinfectants examined included bleach, hydrogen peroxide and more.
3. Risks During And After Pregnancy
It may sound crazy but spray cleaners and air fresheners during and after pregnancy could possibly affect lung function in children: This worrying side effect was confirmed by