Drying Clothes Indoor Causes Lung Diseases And Breathing Problems

Drying clothes on a washing line outside costs nothing, plus it uses the energy from the sun, so it is also the most environmentally friendly option.

During the rainy season, it is really hard to make our laundry and the drying that is why we often do is dry them indoors.

However, most people do not have the option of drying outside especially during rainy season which means clothes need to be dried indoors.

But the doctors gives warning to us that wet washing dried indoors can turn in a serious health threat for people with weakened immune systems or people with severe asthma that might attack you anytime.

With studies experts found out that clothes put on drying frames raise moisture levels in our homes by up to 30 %, this condition will result as an ideal breeding condition for mold spores and one in particular called Aspergillus fumigatus, which can cause potentially fatal lung infections.

That is why it is best to make it a habit to drying clothes on a washing line outside that costs nothing, plus it uses the energy from the sun that kills bacteria on clothes, so it is also the most environmentally friendly option.

Potential risk on one's health on Drying Clothes Indoor:

This is a case confirmed, a 43-year-old Craig Mather from Bolton, who got lung disease in further examination it turned out it is due to excessive hanging on wet clothes inside his apartment.

Mr Craig endured serious lung issues because of mold spores that appeared from drying clothes on the radiator in his living room.

When his specialist told him the risk of indoor drying of clothes and told him to stop, in as early as 12 months, he felt the big difference on his well-being and on his lung condition.

Researchers strongly recommend that every home should be designed with covered outdoor drying spaces, such as balconies, or well-ventilated drying cupboards to lower the occurrence of indoor drying and avoid the risk of having that kind of lung infections, better to have outdoor spaces for your clothes and let them dry under the sun.

That is why, researchers strongly advise that every home should be designed with covered outdoor drying spaces, such as balconies, or well-ventilated drying cupboards to lower risk of indoor drying.
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