Health risk depends on several factors including level of VOCs in the air, how often you breathe them in, and time you spend in VOCs-polluted environment. Each chemical listed under VOCs has its own toxicity and leads to different effects. Common short-term effects include dizziness, vomiting/nausea, worsening asthma symptoms, headaches, and throat, eye, and nose irritations. Long-term effects are increased risk of dangerous diseases such as cancer, central nervous system damage, kidney damage, and liver damage.
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