The harm of dichloromethane to the human body mainly includes anesthetic effect, damage to the respiratory system, damage to the nervous system, cardiovascular system, liver and kidney function damage.


1. Anesthetic effect


Dichloromethane is an organic compound, has a certain anesthetic effect, if the patient is not under the guidance of the doctor for standard treatment, excessive inhalation of dichloromethane, may make the patient dizzy, headache and other uncomfortable symptoms, and even accompanied by confusion of consciousness.


2. Damage to the respiratory system


If patients inhale dichloromethane for a long time, it may lead to respiratory system damage, resulting in cough, sputum, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and even accompanied by breathing difficulties.


3. Damage the nervous system


Dichloromethane is a toxic substance, if patients inhale dichloromethane for a long time, it may cause damage to the nervous system, resulting in memory loss, inattention and other phenomena, and even accompanied by insomnia.


4. Cardiovascular system


Dichloromethane can also cause damage to the cardiovascular system, causing patients to have symptoms such as heart palpitations, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and, in severe cases, arrhythmia.


5. liver and kidney function damage


If patients are exposed to dichloromethane for a long time, it will also lead to liver and kidney function damage, so that patients have liver and kidney failure.


Patients are advised to avoid excessive inhalation of dichloromethane (dichloromethane sds) in daily life, and if they have symptoms of discomfort, they need to seek medical attention in time to avoid delay.