看不见的健康威胁(七)- 汽油 Gasoline

 Anjani 蜂鸟健康TheHummingBird 2022-01-12 原文

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-看不见的健康威胁(七)- 汽油 Gasoline

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现在社会所有人似乎觉得汽油是安全的,好像吸入汽油油雾是完全无害的,对身体或健康没有任何影响。我们对加油站的汽油几乎就像水一样漫不经心。甚至有人用嘴经橡胶软管吸出汽油然后吐掉的故事,好像这种做法对人来说没什么影响的。
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汽油的毒性经历了好多阶段。过去汽油曾经含铅,过去的科学研究说含铅汽油是无害的,直到全世界开始意识到铅含量对人类健康来说毒性太高时,无铅汽油诞生了,好像铅是唯一会让汽油变得有害的东西。在从含铅汽油转向无铅汽油的同时,许多加油站也开始从人工服务转向自助服务(译者注:现在欧美普遍都是自助加油)。
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这意味着在含铅汽油时代,直接接触汽油的人一般仅限于加油站服务员、使用拖拉机工作的农民以及从事割草和园林绿化工作的人。如果是坐在车里享受全方位服务的人,那么只有当打开窗户与服务员交谈并付款时,才会真正暴露在汽油油雾中(这是中国现在目前的现状)。而现在绝大多数人都是自助加油,因此直接接触汽油的人数呈指数增长。
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仅仅因为汽油中不再含铅,并不意味着汽油没有其他同样危险的成分,实际上有些成分甚至比铅更危险。甲基叔丁基醚 (MTBE) 也并不是唯一值得我们关注的添加剂,去除它也不解决问题。作为溶剂,汽油具有幽灵般的特性,可以极其迅速地充满细胞组织,即使我们只是在加油站吸入汽油油雾。当汽油接触到皮肤时,会迅速穿过皮肤组织,就好像皮肤不存在一般。
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我们的皮肤是身体的第一道防线,全身皮肤覆盖是为了保护血液、免疫系统和其他器官。但是为工业生存而创建的溶剂诸如汽油却会绕过这种人体的天然保护机制。一滴汽油滴在皮肤上时,会立即穿透层层皮肤屏障,立即进入血液,就好像没有任何屏障保护存在一般。这就是溶剂的威力。
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进入血液后,它们可以直接进入大脑,尽管肝脏会尽可能多地吸收控制汽油以保护我们。这也是为什么我们的肝脏是体内储存大部分汽油的地方,就像一个人多年来在储存室里储存了一大堆煤气罐。汽油可能年代久远,但丢弃它需要特别小心,而且现代人肝脏普遍不堪重负,无暇顾及和处理这些陈年汽油,因此它会被储存起来,长期停留在肝脏中。
 

看不见的健康威胁(七)- 汽油 Gasoline

我们在加油站加油时会吸入汽油油雾(自己的车或附近油泵产生的油雾,以及所有汽车启动时的尾气)。许多加油站的喷嘴手柄上没有夹子,因此一个人必须始终手持喷嘴加油,我们的脸距离注入油箱的汽油非常近。另外,如果不戴手套加油,有时汽油会溅到我们的手上。这些都是真实的接触。那些以加油为生的人会接触到更高的汽油毒性,如果长期从事这份工作,很难享受到高质量的生活。
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“汽油会缩短寿命”,然而今天青少年们每周都在加油站为他们的第一辆汽车加油。加油泵上没有任何标志说“儿童和年轻人不应该接触汽油”。没有任何标志提醒人们,“在加油时请尽量不要吸入油雾,或请佩戴橡胶手套,如果有肺部问题,请避免加油或接触汽油;如果患有慢性疾病,请与汽油保持距离”。
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实际上,石油行业毫不费力(也几乎没有任何成本)就可以制造出一次性面罩,提供人们在加油时使用,从而帮助我们避免因为加油而接触到汽油油雾。这是一个世界为什么“并不总是关注人们的最佳利益”的典型例子。本文中所有的信息都是为了保护您的健康。
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汽油会破坏免疫系统并削弱神经细胞,使我们更容易感染病毒和细菌,并加速其发展,让我们更容易罹患神经系统疾病,请不要因此而感到担心或害怕,因为更糟糕的是不了解这一切,而永远无法保护自己和家人。
 
与其生活在恐惧中,不如寻找提供加油服务的加油站,或者在加油时请与油泵保持尽可能远的距离,也可以购买一盒一次性手套,放在车内用于加油时使用。如果您罹患慢性疾病,请寻找家人的帮助加油。
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如果必须自己加油并在整个加油过程中手持油泵不能远离,请观察风向站在逆风处,这样油雾就不会直接吹向我们。为了去除我们过去接触的汽油,以及我们无法避免的汽油接触,可以采取强大的净化疗愈法,诸如369净化疗愈法等。
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所有这些信息就像火炬,照亮我们健康之路上的障碍和壁垒,也许你第一次看到照亮的危险会担心或害怕,但看到障碍才可以真正帮助我们规避风险,更糟糕的是在黑暗中行走。这些信息能照亮前方,即使遇到健康挑战,我们也知道面对的是何种挑战、如何应对。了解事情的真相,采用正确的方法,坚持足够的时间,一切都是可以改变的。你对世界的了解在看完以下内容会有完全不同的视角,所有这些都会给予我们和家人健康真正的掌控。
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如何开始实践安东尼威廉净化疗愈法,请见:新手指南
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Gasoline
 
We act as if gasoline is safe, as if breathing it in is completely harmless, with no effects on our body or health whatsoever. We act almost as cavalierly with gas at the pump as if it were water. Once in a while over the years, I’ve heard old stories of people siphoning gasoline with a rubber hose using their mouth and then spitting it out, as if this practice can’t be that bad for you.
 
Gasoline has been through a lot of phases of toxicity. It used to have lead in it. How dangerous was that? When the world realized the lead levels were too toxic for human safety, unleaded gasoline was introduced—as though lead had been the only thing harmful about it. Around the same time of the switch from leaded to unleaded gasoline, many gas stations also started switching over from full service to self-serve. That means that in the time of leaded gasoline, the people exposed directly to the gas were mostly limited to gas station attendants, farmers who worked with tractors, and folks who worked in lawn mowing and landscaping. If you were the person sitting in your car getting full service, you only really got exposed to the fumes when you opened your window to speak to the attendant and pay. Those days are over in most places now, and the number of people directly exposed to gasoline has increased exponentially due to pump-your-own stations.
 
And again, just because lead isn’t being added to gas anymore doesn’t mean gas doesn’t have other components that are just as dangerous, some even more dangerous than lead. Methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) isn’t the only additive of concern either; its removal doesn’t solve the problem. As a solvent, gasoline has ghost-like qualities, with a highly rapid rate of saturation of cell tissue, even when all we’ve done is inhaled its fumes into our lungs. And when gasoline does land on skin, it travels through skin tissue as if you have no skin on your body. Your skin is meant to be your body’s first line of defense; having your largest organ covering you is meant to protect your blood, immune system, and the rest of your organs. Solvents such as gasoline that are created to run industries bypass this protection mechanism. One drop of gasoline on your skin will drive through layers instantly and enter the bloodstream immediately as if there were no barrier. That’s the potency of solvents. From the bloodstream, they can go to your brain, although your liver will try to stop gasoline—absorb it, contain it—as much as it can, and so your liver is where much of your gasoline gets stored in the end. It’s kind of like your uncle storing a whole bunch of gas cans in a barn over the years. The gas may be stale, only he knows discarding it takes special care, and he’s too flat out with other farm chores to handle it properly, so it stays stored away, just as gasoline sits in your overloaded liver.
 
We breathe in gas fumes while filling our cars—fumes from our own pumps, fumes from people filling their tanks at neighboring pumps, and exhaust fumes from cars starting up all around us. Many gas stations don’t have clips on the nozzle handles, so we have to hold the handle in place the whole time, with our faces only a couple of feet from the gas pouring into our tanks. Plus droplets occasionally splatter onto our hands when we’re not using gloves at the gas pump. These are real exposures. People who’ve had increased exposure because they pumped gas for a living, and those who still do today, have for the most part not enjoyed a high quality of life.  “Gasoline can be a life shortener”, and yet our teenagers are at the gas station every week pumping their own gas into their first cars. There are no signs at the gas pumps saying, CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS SHOULD NOT PUMP GAS. There are no signs saying, TRY NOT TO BREATHE IN GAS FUMES or WEAR RUBBER GLOVES WHEN OPERATING GAS PUMP or STAY AWAY IF YOU HAVE LUNG PROBLEMS or KEEP YOUR DISTANCE IF YOU HAVE A CHRONIC ILLNESS.
 
It wouldn’t take anything for the petroleum industry to create a disposable mask that blocks solvent fumes that you could easily grab from a dispenser at the station. It’s a prime example of how the world  “doesn’t always look out for our best interests. That’s why the information in this chapter and the rest of this book is here: to look out for you. As worrisome as it may sound that gasoline breaks down the immune system and weakens nerve cells, making us more susceptible to viruses and bacteria and speeding their growth so that we’re more vulnerable to neurological illness, it’s worse not to know. It’s worse to never get a shot at protecting yourself and your family.
 
Instead of living in fear, you can call around and seek out full-service gas stations or, if you can’t find any, gas stations that have a clip on the nozzle so you can at least keep a little distance. You can purchase a box of disposable nitrile gloves to keep in the car for pumping gas. If you’re chronically ill and you have a relative who doesn’t have the same susceptibility and doesn’t mind pumping gas, you can enlist their help. If you must pump your own gas and hold the nozzle in place, you can be cautious about the wind direction and stand upwind so the fumes aren’t blowing directly toward you. And to address the exposures from our past and the new ones we can’t avoid, we can take the powerful step of cleansing.

 

 

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