The air quality in Delhi and its surrounding areas has deteriorated significantly. Breathing the air of Delhi-NCR has become equivalent to drinking poison. The AQI levels in Delhi and its surrounding areas are very scary. There is fog all over Delhi. This mist is very poisonous for the lungs. Now the question arises that what is the gas in air pollution that makes it poisonous? Actually, due to pollution, 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.
Air pollution contains many dangerous gases which increase lung disease
There is a risk of respiratory and heart related diseases due to air pollution. Because there are many dangerous gases mixed in poisonous gas such as nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dioxins and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), all are considered air pollutants which are harmful to humans. But a large amount of carbon monoxide starts entering the human body, which can cause many diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, bronchiolitis, and lung cancer, cardiovascular events, can also affect the nervous system. Is.
Delhi’s air is getting worse day by day due to poisonous air coming out from vehicles and factories. 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.
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.
Problems like difficulty in breathing, eye irritation and asthma attack may also have to be faced. Because of this, people of Delhi are moving from Delhi to other places in search of clean air. The condition of patients suffering from asthma and respiratory diseases is completely miserable due to air pollution.
Actually, due to lack of clean air, cases of asthma are increasing rapidly. In case of asthma attack due to bad or poisonous air, this should be done immediately in first aid. You should contact a doctor as soon as possible. Do these things first in case of an asthma attack.
Are cases of asthma attacks increasing due to pollution?
Many diseases including air pollution allergens can trigger asthma. Due to pollution, asthma patients have to face many problems. Due to this, problems like difficulty in breathing, throat pain, severe cough, cold, chest pain and stress can occur. Asthma and respiratory diseases are increasing among people. Lungs suffer a lot due to pollution. Due to air pollution the chances of getting lung cancer, throat cancer and other cancers increases.