<पी शैली="पाठ-संरेखण: औचित्य सिद्ध करें;">Delhi’s air is becoming poisonous day by day. Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi has become 302. The reason why Delhi’s air is toxic is related to the smoke emitted from vehicles. It has also been said in this report that it is becoming more poisonous day by day. Due to which many types of respiratory diseases are making people their victims. In a recent research, it has become clear that air pollution is increasing the risk of many diseases. Therefore, the government will have to take such measures as soon as possible so that the environment can be improved, otherwise the risk of premature death may also increase.
Due to poisonous air coming out from vehicles and factories, the air of Delhi is getting worse day by day. Besides, this poisonous air is also the cause of many diseases. Which is very dangerous for human health. Today we will talk about those diseases through this article.
Asthama; Respiratory disease
Air pollution affects our breathing function the most. And because of this, many types of respiratory diseases develop in our body. Such as asthma, bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The fine particles and toxic chemicals in toxic air can irritate our respiratory tract and trigger pre-existing diseases. Due to which breathing becomes difficult and with time the lung function also starts getting disturbed.
Air pollution can trigger high BP, heart attacks and strokes as well as many heart-related diseases. People who spend a lot of time outside may suffer from inflammation and oxidative stress, which increases the risk of heart diseases.
Carcinogens are present in large quantities in air pollution. Due to which the chances of lung cancer increases. People who stay outside for a long time may have an increased risk of getting lung cancer. Substances like benzene and formaldehyde found in polluted air are considered carcinogens.
Microparticles found in pollution cause neurodegenerative diseases, which increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases.
low birth weight and premature birth
Pregnant women exposed to air pollution may be at risk of giving birth to low birth weight babies and having premature births. The impact of air pollution on fetal development is a growing concern for public health experts.
Allergies and skin conditions
Airborne pollutants can aggravate skin conditions like allergies and eczema. Microparticles and pollutants present in the air can irritate the skin and trigger allergic reactions.
Disclaimer: Before implementing the method, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, please consult a doctor or related expert.