Watch out for invisible “killers” in the building
Brief content: With the development of China’s real estate industry and the continuous improvement of people’s living standards, many residents have moved into high-rise buildings.
Experts remind friends who live in high-rise buildings, live in high-rise buildings, beware of potential safety hazards, noise hazards, air pollution, magnetic radiation hazards, decoration pollution, electronic equipment pollution, etc.
Hazards caused by construction: due to improper design of the house, unreasonable decoration, unqualified construction quality, hidden dangers and inconveniences exist in high-rise buildings.
For example, inadequate ventilation in the kitchen can cause oil fume to be poured, which brings a lot of inconvenience and harm to the housewives; the lack of a garbage can design affects environmental sanitation and household access; the balcony and staircase railings are too far apart, and the bottom end is not firm, which will bring childrenHere comes the safety hazard.
All these unscientific designs are hidden dangers caused by man-made.
Noise hazards Many people think that living in high-rise buildings is much farther from the noise source than in ordinary houses, and the noise is less.
In fact, the opposite is true.
There are no obstacles around the high-rise buildings, and the sound directly spreads from all directions, but it seems more noisy; the noise of the low-rise buildings is easily blocked and absorbed by the ground obstacles, so the noise is smaller.
An effective method to prevent noise is to install sound insulation or sound absorbing materials on doors and windows.
According to reports, the installation of noise reduction windows will reduce indoor noise from 80 decibels to 40 decibels.
The dangers of the airborne dust pollution zone make people think that “high-rise housing is good, the eyes are bright, and the air is clean.” In fact, this sentence is only half right.
In the atmosphere above about 30-50 meters, there is a flying dust pollution zone, causing certain harm to the health of high-rise residential people.
According to scientific analysis, this is related to the height of the boiler chimney.
Many centrally-heated large chimneys are only 30-40 meters in height. The smoke generated during the combustion of coal rises and spreads with the wind. Pollution is relatively serious in a space 50 meters above the ground.
Therefore, during the peak of air pollution in the early morning and late 6-7 o’clock in winter, people living in high-rise buildings should not open windows for ventilation.
In windy weather, if the wind is flowing in the direction of high-rise houses, doors and windows must be closed to prevent smoke and dust from drifting into the house.
Harm of building sickness syndrome (1) The earth is a huge magnetic field, and a proper magnetic field is beneficial to human health.
People who have lived in high-rise buildings for a long time will suffer from headaches, insomnia, joint pain and other discomforts due to the weakened geomagnetism of the high-rise buildings and the weakened magnetic field protection.
(2) Flooring, wallpaper, and other building materials and furniture often contain harmful substances such as polyvinyl chloride, formaldehyde, phenol, asbestos, and lead, which will affect the reduction of human immunity.
(3) Air conditioning, electronic computers, fluorescent lamps, food dryers, microwave communications, radio frequency physiotherapy and other instruments and equipment emit electromagnetic waves of different frequencies and different energies into the air. Such “ghosts” roam around the building and willHarm human health.
(4) Combustion of natural gas, gas, or smoking generates a large number of harmful substances. Paints, detergents, detergents, adhesives, etc., can release a variety of chemical substances.
This kind of harmful substance also “wanders” everywhere in the building, and some closed buildings often have poor ventilation, which is prone to respiratory infections, allergic reactions or other chronic diseases.
For this reason, experts suggest: Do not move in immediately after the completion of the new building, pay attention to opening windows after entering, let the room naturally ventilate, and people who stay indoors for a longer period of time should go outdoors for activities.