Are Perfumes Good Or Bad For Human Health?

Posted on Jul 9 2013 - 2:43am by Kiran Yasmin

Using a perfume or scent is must for every person. A man feels himself incomplete without using scent every day he leaves for his job. Similarly, a woman does not like to go to a part if she has not spread an attractive perfume all around her dress. Isn’t it wonderful that you always have a chance to give a perfection to your personality and attract others in every party? Yes, obviously it is. But do you know the perfumes can also beneficial for your health? No? Then must red my article fully to know more.

Perfume is an ironic gift. These little bottles filled up with sweet smelling petrochemicals are considered to be beneficial for various diseases such as asthma and rashes. Research has proved that perfumes are made up of so effective and good chemicals which let the asthma patients’ nostrils work properly and their lungs are expanded as a result. It all leads them to inhale the air. The patients who are habitual of using perfumes and scents of quality brands develop lesser rashes and asthma as compared to those who make use of it very often.

Are Perfumes Good Or Bad For Human Health

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Scientific Point Of View About Using Perfumes:

According to the latest advancement in scientific research, it is now clear that the perfumes contain acetone, benzaldehyde, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, camphor, ethanol, ethyl acetate, limonene, linalool, and methylene chloride. When all these chemicals get accumulated in the nervous system. So, one should keep in mind that excessive use of these chemicals can seriously damage the veins and arteries of human nervous system. These can create serious nervous system damage, speech problems in children and various other diseases such as dizziness, nausea, slurred speech, drowsiness, irritation to the mouth, throat, eyes, skin, and lungs, kidney damage, headache, respiratory failure, ataxia and fatigue.

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Are Perfumes Good Or Bad For Human Health? was last modified: July 28th, 2013 by Kiran Yasmin

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