Office White-Collar Workers
White-collar elites work in an environment with poor air quality for a long time, which is easy to cause dizziness, chest tightness, fatigue, emotional ups and downs and other uncomfortable symptoms, which greatly affects work efficiency and causes various diseases. In severe cases, it can cause cancer and change the office environment. Become an invisible chronic killer of health.
There are more and more white-collar workers and employees complaining that the air in the office is polluted, and they feel short of breath and lack of concentration, which leads to a decline in work efficiency. According to the survey by experts from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, due to the relatively closed office space, poor air circulation, foul air and low oxygen content, it is easy to reduce the metabolic capacity of the body and brain. Xia Zhaolin, a professor at the School of Public Health of Fudan University, introduced that people who sit in the office for a long time are prone to suffer from white-collar syndrome.” Now the health department and more and more experts have recognized its harm.
Women Especially Pregnant Women
Indoor air pollution, especially the harmful gas pollution from decoration, has a relatively greater impact on women’s bodies.
Because women have a lot of fat, benzene is easily stored in fat after absorption, so women should pay more attention to the harm of benzene. Women should avoid exposure to decoration pollution before and during pregnancy. Numerous cases at home and abroad have shown that benzene has adverse effects on embryo and fetal development, and can cause fetal malformation and stillbirth in severe cases.
The investigation found that the free formaldehyde of various wood-based panels and adhesives used in decorative materials and furniture is a suspected carcinogen. Long-term exposure to low concentrations of formaldehyde can cause chronic respiratory diseases, women’s menstrual disorders, pregnancy syndrome, and reduce the physique of newborns; high concentrations of formaldehyde are toxic to the nervous system, immune system, liver, etc., and can also induce fetal malformations. childhood leukemia. When the concentration of formaldehyde in indoor air is 0.24-0.55 mg per cubic meter, 40% of women of school age have irregular menstrual cycles.