Impact Of Passive Smokers In Air Conditioned Rooms?
Hello. at work, I do not smoke and I have been a passive smoker in an air-conditioned room (minimal ventilation) for almost 1 year. ask what kind of impact does a passive smoker have in an air conditioned room? And is there any prevention? R nThank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Actually there is no difference in being a passive smoker whether in an air-conditioned room or not. The disadvantages and dangers will be the same. This is because even though you may be quite far from the position of the person who smokes, the air in the room rotates there so that it may even be the smoke content you breathe more than being a passive smoker in the open.
Moreover, there are actually sources that say that chemicals released together with cigarette smoke can stick to curtains, pillows or other items in one particular room and do not completely disappear in the womb for up to 3 years. During that time, even though no one smoked, the people inside could still be adversely affected by cigarette smoke.
So there is nothing you can do to prevent it other than moving the workspace, designing smokers and non-smokers' workspaces, or asking the person to smoke in another room. Because if you use any mask, the smoke will still come in, or at least stick to your shirt and you will breathe when you walk out of the office. Therefore, you should pay attention to your health now by taking a firm step, because of adverse effects such as cancer overshadow those who become smokers both active and passive. So, hopefully answering your question.