Toxic Dry-cleaning Solvent Inhibits Your Good Mood

Sleeping in a room where you’ve hung clothes just back from the drycleaners can limit your body’s production of mood-lifting serotonin. That’s because your nervous system is exposed to the irritant perchloroethylene, a toxic solvent that dry cleaners use. Get rid of the lingering toxin by removing the bags and airing out freshly cleaned clothes in the garage for two to three hours.

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