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Ingestion of bleach can cause death. Inhalation of bleach can cause nervous system and brain damage, dermal contact of bleach can cause rash and burning.
From the “Pharmaceutical Press”: A young girl had suffered episodes of vomiting, abdominal pain, and bronchopneumonia over a period of a year which was finally traced to her habit of sucking socks that had been bleached.
From Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products: ... An 18 month old girl who swallowed a "few tablespoons" of liquid household bleach coughed, choked and vomited. Promptly thereafter she became lethargic and was admitted to a local hospital in a state of coma. Death occurred 19 hours after ingestion.
Bleach can be found in a variety of household products in both liquid and granular form. Products with the word bleach in its name obviously contain bleach, however; a variety of products contain bleach and it may not be obvious at first glance. Some examples are: Drano, Tilex, Palmolive, and Cascade.
Dr. Doris Rapp, a pediatric environmental doctor, noticed children exposed to certain chemicals containing chlorine bleach couldn’t write their name legibly, but could before exposure. If your handwriting or drawing is altered, your nervous system and brain have been affected.
Safely storage and use of bleach is a must. However, as mentioned above, the fumes alone can cause damage. To be safe, removal of bleach and bleach containing products would eliminate the possible hazard.
If you would like to have information on how to purchase safe products for your family, please contact me privately and I will share with you a variety of safe cleaning products for your home.
What laundry detergent do you use? Is it safe? I used to use Tide. I don't anymore. I didn't want to provide the opportunity for it to harm my children. Am I being crazy? See for yourself. Try holding a handful of the stuff in your hand and see how long you can hold on before it starts to burn. Do you really want this touching your kids skin?
here is what I found out: It's warnings are as follows: Keep out of reach of children. Product is an irritant, avoid contact with the eyes and wear protective gloves (rubber, neoprene) for prolonged direct contact. May be harmful if swallowed. Store in a dry location to avoid dispensing problems.
How much is prolonged exposue? If you do laundry every week over time is this prolonged exposure? Should you be wearing protective gloves to do your laundry?
It's Acute health effects: Inhalation: Heavy or prolonged exposure to product dust may cause transient respiratory tract irritation resulting in coughing, sore throat, wheezing or transitory shortness of breath. Skin Contact: Prolonged or frequent contact may result in skin irritation. Eye Contact: May cause mild transient irritation resulting in stinging, tearing, itching, swelling, and redness of the eyes. Ingestion: May cause transient gastrointestinal irritation resulting in nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
You can check warnings at this government site.
If you'd like advice on safer products, don't hesitate to contact me.
We all want to provide a safe environment for our family. Every room in your home probably contains potentially hazardous products. Do you know which products are harmful? Do you know where they exist in your home? Do you know what potential hazards to your family exist from these products?
If you would like to learn more about these toxic free products. Please contact me:
Janet TrieschmanA Wellness Company Representative
How to learn more:
Virtual Househttp://danpatch.ecn.purdue.edu/~epados/waste/house/house.htmTour the virtual house at Hazardous Products In The Home on a room-by-room basis to locate potentially hazardous products in your home, the chemicals they contain and the hazards associated with each product.
List of Products in Househttp://danpatch.ecn.purdue.edu/~epados/waste/house/prodmenu.htm
Identify potentially hazardous products in a home on a
Glossary of Productshttp://danpatch.ecn.purdue.edu/~epados/waste/house/products.htm
A comprehensive listing of household products and their constituents with actual or potential hazards
Environmental Health Threats to Children: A Look at the Factshttp://www.informinc.org/fact_children.php
Dr. Philip J. Landrigan,widely recognized as one of the nation's foremost experts on children's
diseases and environmental exposures, notes that children's exposures to newly
developed chemical toxins in today's society have replaced classic infectious
diseases with chronic, complex, handicapping conditions that affect multiple
Children's Environmental Health Basics:
A Brief Fact Sheet lists historical facts that show an increase in
birth defects, behavioral disabilities and serious illnesses in children as the
production of synthetic chemicals has increased over the past half-century.
Learn About Chemicals Around Your House
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has put together a great tool for educating children on the hazards of chemicals in everyday household cleaning products.
Aerosols Linked With Baby Illnessreveals the effects of aerosols on pregnant women and babies.
Household Products Database
What's under your kitchen sink, in your garage, in your bathroom, and on the shelves in your laundry room? Learn more about what's in these products, about potential health effects, and about safety and handling.