Common household chemicals are the cause of children's mental weakness

Common household chemicals are the cause of children's mental weakness

Common household chemicals are the cause of children's mental weakness

New York: According to a published report, commonly used chemicals in homes in the United States and Europe are causing not only the decline in children's IQ but also their brain and nervous system. 

Data from the Center for Disease Control and other institutions in the United States has been carefully reviewed in the Journal of Molecular Endocrinology. The survey compares the ages of the mothers' breeds and the blood samples of children up to five years old.

The report states that only two types of chemicals are extremely hazardous, such as insecticides and wood-based fire-fighting chemicals that are poly-brominated dye phenyl ether. Pesticides include arginine phosphate, which protects plants and trees from insects.

Both of these types of ingredients are commonly used, and the IQ of children living with them for a long time has been less seen than children from such environments. According to the University of New York's Langone Medical Center, only firefighters have affected more than 7 million children mentally, and the number of pesticides is more than 100,000 people.

The US Environmental Institute says fire protection chemicals are no longer being used in many homes and need to be eliminated altogether. Pesticides, on the other hand, require strict control.

Earlier, surveys on millions of children in several Scandinavian countries showed that phenol used in schools is causing respiratory and lung diseases.