There is no actual cause of Asthma except that its usually inheretied. Inhaling fumes of any kind on a long term bacis can not be good for you.
Smoking, Drinking and inhaling car fumes
It depends on what type of gas it is. Fumes from the gas in automobiles will not kill you.
u will die
it affects lungs
Mothballs fumes can indeed be dangerous. They give off toxic fumes which can lead to difficulty breathing, nausea, and dizziness.
Dodgy to say the least! Carbon Monoxide in the fumes is the main poison. It will kill you very quickly!
what!?! there are dangers?? now u tell me. fml
destructive in first to youre loungs
Dioxin poisoning. Cancer from plastic fibers.
bad for lungs and damages the brain.
Possibly, depending on the toxins inhaled.
Chronically inhaling the fumes from the production/creation of plastics, or the burning of plastics, could cause damage to the body and brain. However, a one-time incident likely would not cause brain damage. The bigger riskwith fumes from plastic (creation or burning) is respiratory irritation or damage.
pollen, dust, fumes, running (short of breath) etc.
inhaling paint fumes kills brain cells which leads to many problems such as memory loss. It also displaces oxygen and leads you to a false feeling of well-being just before you DIE of lack of oxygen to the brain.
If you mean latex paint, none. Latex is a water based paint and has no toxic fumes.
The fumes can cause asthma.
yes. If you had to clear out a freezer full of several weeks old putrid chick
this is inhaling fumes of things such as white out, sharpies, paint, aerosal (spelling right?) and other things. to get high.
no but it will give you lung diseases, possibly cancer, brain damage, etc.
A mixture of sodium ethanoate, water and cardon dioxide is going to be produced. Carbon dioxide can be harmful so I'd recommend not inhaling the fumes produced
You have an addiction. I would talk to your health care professional if I were you. Inhaling alcohol and other things with strong fumes will harm you and too much can kill you.
Short term exposure to inhaling plastic fumes will not cause negative effects on a person's health. If the fumes are inhaled over long periods of time a medical evaluation should be done.