Out Of Breath?
At night, I was 37 years old, I had a trading business. In short, my story this afternoon I made my own disinfectant from bayclim + carbolic acid. Is it true that inhalation of carbol for too long can shortness of breath and how to handle it?
Hello Nurwahid, thank you very much for the question on HealthReplies.com.
If someone is exposed to the smell of chemical liquids, it will usually stimulate the airways and will irritate, so that the sensitive airways will cause reactions with symptoms such as sneezing, coughing and over time can occur shortness of breath. In people who are not sensitive airway, will not cause symptoms as described above. If exposure occurs continuously, it will cause chronic inflammation that can cause airway or lung disorders.
If the liquid is inhaled a little generally causes shortness of breath which is only brief and can disappear by itself. But if the fluid is inhaled a lot it can cause infection in the lungs. Therefore the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks, eye patches, gloves, shoes and helmets can protect us from the threat of workplace accidents.
If the shortness of breath that is felt does not go away, you should consult a doctor to get further treatment. So that I can explain, hopefully you can understand thank you.