8 Ways Your Fireplace Could Be Actually Toxic

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You can develop bronchitis

Unfortunately, people who use their fireplace are more likely to develop bronchitis. However, another important thing about this disease is to pay attention to what type of materials you choose to burn because certain woods can produce less smoke and are not so harmful.

That being said, wood smoke can lead to chronic bronchitis, so instead, try to choose the best wood that produces less smoke. One of the most important things that you have to take into consideration when using your fireplace is to ventilate your house every day or try to install a humidifier or air purifier if you can’t open your windows often, especially during the winter when it’s too cold outside (but try to open your windows for at least ten minutes every day though). 

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