Causes Shortness Of Breath When Inhaling The Odor Of Eucalyptus Oil?
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Basically odors (including the smell of eucalyptus oil, the smell of telon oil) can be created from a combination of chemicals produced by humans or chemicals from nature that can evaporate into the air and be inhaled through one's nose. These vaporizing chemicals are then swallowed and captured by innervation in the nose and interpreted by the brain to be certain odors. Most people do not have a certain sensitivity to odors, but some people have a higher sensitivity to certain odors and when they smell they can appear symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, shortness of breath, nausea, discomfort feeling good, etc. Smells can especially have a greater effect on people who have problems with the respiratory tract such as people who have asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). These symptoms do not arise because of their own smells, but rather because of a person's sensitivity to chemicals contained in certain odors. Sensitivity to these chemicals can not only occur in the respiratory tract, but also on the skin. People who have sensitivity to chemicals in certain odors can experience inflammatory reactions (due to irritation or allergies) on their skin.
If indeed you have a certain sensitivity to the odor of eucalyptus oil and telon oil, then you can try to see the contents in both and avoid smelling white oil, telon oil, and also other products (such as essential oils) that contain similar ingredients to both. The best way to avoid the appearance of these symptoms is to avoid exposure to substances that trigger symptoms. This kind of sensitivity cannot be cured even though in some people the condition of sensitivity to certain odors can disappear by itself.
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