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Hymavathi
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Hymavathi

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  • 1. PERFUMES EFFECTS Created by M.HYMA
  • 2. FRAGNANCE EFFECTS  CLASSIFICATION  History  Introduction  Effects  Transplantation  Symptoms  Cure
  • 3.  History: Health & Environment Resource Center is pleased to present "Sweet Poison:WhatYour NoseCan’tTellYou about the Dangers of Perfume issues related to the widespread use of fragrance products
  • 4.  INTRUDUCTION: Many consumer products contain fragrances.These products include personal products (i.e. perfumes/colognes, shampoos, conditioners, hairspray, shaving cream, make-up, baby care products, deodorants, soap, feminine products, etc.), and household products (i.e. cleaners, air fresheners, bleach, laundry detergent, fabric softeners, etc.).  The fragrance product such as perfume may contain as many as 600 individual chemical ingredients.  Of the 5,000 different chemicals used in fragrance products, less than 20% have been tested and reported as toxic.
  • 5.  Effects: The fragrance chemicals can cause health effects, primarily at the skin, lungs and brain. Fragrances have also effect on people with chronic lung disease, particularly asthma. Study results differ, but some data suggests that as many as 75% of known asthmatics) have asthma attacks that are triggered by perfumes.  Finally, a number of studies have been conducted to show how fragrance affects the brain. Because of the strong connection between scent and memory, we know that fragrance products can cross the blood brain barrier.This is important because it means that fragrance chemicals have the potential to affect, and possibly damage, brain tissue.This kind of effect is called 'neurotoxicity
  • 6.  Transplantation: Fragrance chemicals can enter the body through inhalation and ingestion through the nose and mouth, and absorption through the skin. Once in the body they are absorbed into the bloodstream and transported throughout the body. Individual sensitivity to the effects of fragrance chemicals vary widely from no effect at all to severe symptoms.
  • 7.  Symptoms: headache (), sneezing, watery eyes, sinus problems, anxiety, nausea, wheezing (especially in asthmatics), shortness of breath, inability to concentrate, brain- fog, sore throat, cough, chest tightness, hyperactivity (especially in children),.  Cure:  Avoiding
  • 8. •CREATED BY PRINCEHARI & KINGSAI

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