Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Your car turns out can caused you cancer, this is the explanation and the way to prevent it


IllustrationIllustration - Cancer is difficult to stay away from, this is due to the current human habits of the millennial age, both from consuming food, drinks, and to other habits.


On this occasion, several habit factors that trigger cancer can be caused by habits in traveling using private car transportation. Reporting from Toyota .astrindo, mentioned several habits that can cause cancer.


When going to use a long-parked private vehicle, the habit is to turn on the AC immediately. This is a wrong habit. We recommend that you wait a few minutes to turn it on by opening the window for few minutes. Then the air conditioner can be turned on and then the window vehicle can be closed.


No wonder, more and more people die of cancer. Here is an example explaining incidents that can cause cancer.


According to a study, car dashboards, couches, car deodorizers can produce Benzene, a cancer-causing toxin (carcinogen). Spend time and observe the smell of the plastic dashboard that is exposed to heat.


Besides causing cancer, benzene poison your bones, cause anemia and reduce the number of white blood cells. If inhaled continuously for long periods can cause Leukemia, increase the risk of causing cancer.


Benzene levels in the room that can be tolerated are 50 mg / ft2. A car parked indoors with a closed window will contain 400-800 mg of Benzene.


If parking outdoors under the sun at 15 degrees and above, Benzene levels rise to 2000-4000 mg, 40X from the level of Benzene that can be tolerated.


People when they enter the car, they do not open the window at all, and will inhale a lot of toxins that very quickly enter your body.


Benzene is a poison that affects the kidneys and liver. Badly, it is very difficult for the body to eradicate these poisons.


So open the doors and windows of the car before you enter and allow time for these deadly poisons to come out, before you get into the car.


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