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Monday, August 08, 2011

A Costly Fragrance

One thing I have noticed is that with the years, the susceptibility to allergies is increasing as well. That does not limit itself to pollen; household cleaners can already do the trick and aggravate allergies and asthma.

Therefore, it didn't surprise me when I read that chlorine, cleaning sprays and disinfectants were linked to asthma when they were used more than once a week.

If you really can't get around having to use them, ensure to ventilate properly, wear gloves and mix one cup of bleach with 10 cups of water. Never, ever, mix bleach with ammonia; the fumes this concoction produces are toxic!

Room fresheners are actually the opposite; they are room polluters and can cause breathing problems, headaches and more physical inconveniences and problems.

The next time you like to freshen up a room and eliminate odors, ask yourself if it is worth the trouble and the money. Opening a window is just as effective and probably a lot cheaper at the moment and in the long run, a lot better healthwise.

Taking a deep breath of fresh air clears the lungs and refreshes the mind. We often don't think about it, but being able to do so is a blessing. It is one of the many blessing we tend to overlook during the day.

Let's not forget to stop, smell and be thankful for all those roses God has planted along our daily path!

Psalm 150:6
Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD!


Blogger audrey` said...

"Let's not forget to stop, smell and be thankful for all those roses God has planted along our daily path!" Amen!

August 27, 2011 8:48 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

... and thank You, God!

God's Grace.

August 27, 2011 10:00 AM  

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