YES. Some cleaning products contain chemicals that can cause asthma. If you already have breathing problems, cleaning products can make them worse. Some people who work with cleaning products, or work in areas where cleaners are used, can get breathing problems from them.Is there any treatment for asthma?
There's currently no cure for asthma, but treatment can help control the symptoms so you're able to live a normal, active life. Inhalers – devices that let you breathe in medicine – are the main treatment. Tablets and other treatments may also be needed if your asthma is severe.Are toxic cleaning products causing your allergies?
Cleaning products can also cause allergic reactions in people. Regular cleaners can cause mild to severe allergic reactions of the skin, eyes, and lungs. In rare cases, these reactions can lead to hospitalization. Some cleaning products contain chemicals that can trigger an allergy reaction by themselves.What are allergies and asthma?
Asthma is closely linked with severe reactions to food allergies; both are allergic disorders, and one study of food allergy fatalities found that the vast majority of patients who died from anaphylactic shock caused by food also had asthma.