Airbourne Pollutants

The main source of carbon dioxide is exhaled breath, although the exhaust of combustion processes (cooking hobs, open fires, boilers, for example) may also be a source. The more people there are in a confined, poorly ventilated room, the higher the levels of carbon dioxide. If you breathe too much CO2, it can affect your respiratory system, your heart and it can cause nerve damage (for more information about the health consequences of excess CO2, check LiveStrong.com).

 

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