1. Inhalation of chemical fumes: Many household cleaning products contain chemicals that can release fumes or gases when used, which can irritate and damage your lungs when inhaled.
  2. Fine particles: Some cleaning products can release fine particles into the air when used, which can also be inhaled into the lungs and cause respiratory irritation.
  3. Irritants and allergens: Cleaning agents may contain irritants or allergens that can cause respiratory symptoms in people with allergies or asthma.
  4. Reactive oxygen species: Some cleaning products can produce reactive oxygen species, which can damage lung tissue and contribute to the development of respiratory conditions.
  5. Carcinogens: Some cleaning products contain carcinogens that can cause cancer, such as formaldehyde, chloroform, and benzene.
  6. Toxic gases: Mixing certain cleaning products, such as bleach and ammonia, can create toxic gases that can cause serious respiratory symptoms or even death.
  7. Asthma triggers: Cleaning agents can contain substances that trigger asthma symptoms, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and fragrances.
  8. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): Exposure to cleaning products has been linked to an increased risk of developing COPD, a chronic lung disease that makes it difficult to breathe.
  9. Occupational lung disease: Workers who use cleaning agents as part of their job, such as janitors and cleaning staff, may be at an increased risk of developing occupational lung disease.
  10. Lung infections: Exposure to cleaning agents can weaken the immune system and increase the risk of developing lung infections.
  11. Chemical burns: Some cleaning products can cause chemical burns to the skin, eyes, and respiratory system.
  12. Misuse: Improper use of cleaning products, such as using too much or not following the manufacturer’s instructions, can increase the risk of respiratory irritation and damage.

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