Ammonia vapors

Common Questions and Answers about Ammonia vapors


the really bad mix which can actually cause death is when you mix clorox and ammonia together like in the toilet....i have read that the vapors of that can kill people quickly in an enclosed area but i am not sure if it was a heart related death that happens or o man was that a positive post....i don't think it has to do w. sensitivity i think it is just people who may have underlying heart issues..
I can't speak for over the counter color but almost all professional color products are made with much gentler ingredients and much lower ammonia or no ammonia. Most have a very mild smell. Saying that though, some times hormonal changes can cause a lightner(bleach) to have unpredictable results. Like maybe staying a bit brassier than you'd like. But I personally have never encountered that problem.
Hello Yamit, Thank you for your question and I hope that this answer is of help to you. First, at this time, there is no "blood test" that will be able to tell you and your doctor if latex paint vapors are related to your symptoms and current health problems.
Make sure you don't have acid reflux, as it can be a cause of asthma. Find out what the city puts in your water. Both chlorine and ammonia can be used, and if they are, you will want a filter so your shower isn't gassing you with these chemical vapors. If you see they useor chloramine, that's ammonia mixed with chlorine. You will need a whole-house water filter specially made for chloramine, unfortunately.
Nutritional abnormalities (malnutrition, pellagra, pernicious anemia, and vitamin deficiency) toxic agents, tobacco, and drugs (methacrylate vapors, ammonia, benzene, cadmium dust, chromate, formaldehyde, hydrogen sulfide, nickel dust, solvents, and sulfuric acid) Medications (beta blockers, antithyroid drugs, dihydropyridine (calcium channel blocker), and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors) Intranasal zinc, used as an over-the-counter remedy for the common cold, has been associated