The most common symptoms of inhaling bleach fumes include coughing and irritation of the eyes, throat and nose. People with sensitivities to the chemicals in chlorine bleach may experience more intense symptoms after exp... More »

Inhaling Clorox bleach is dangerous and can lead to poisoning, especially if mixed with ammonia. Symptoms caused by inhaling fumes from Clorox bleach include coughing, gagging, delirium, and burns in the airway and lungs... More »

Like most household bleach products, the active ingredient in Clorox bleach is sodium hypochlorite, a derivative of salt. Clorox bleach begins and ends its life as a mixture of salt and water. More »

A person sensitive to formaldehyde may display symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, nausea, skin irritation, and a burning sensation in the eyes, nose and throat when exposed to it, while another may not react at all, ac... More »

MedlinePlus states that while Vaseline is considered non-toxic, swallowing large amounts of it can lead to symptoms such as abdominal pain, coughing, diarrhea, shortness of breath and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat... More »

The side effects of inhaling ammonia include irritation of the respiratory system, coughing, and burning of the nose, according to New York State's Department of Health. Ammonia causes the nose to become used to its odor... More »

The most common symptoms related to exposure to black mold are allergic reactions, such as sneezing and a runny nose; coughing and wheezing; red, itchy, watery eyes; and skin irritation or rash, reports MedicineNet. Blac... More »