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‘Poisonous air’ in Delhi-NCR after Diwali! Know what to do, what not to do to avoid air pollution?


Do not walk in the park in the morning until the air quality improves.
Wear a carbon filter mask when leaving the house for essential work.
Do exercise and yoga at home and drink more and more water.

New Delhi. Diwali has passed but now pollution has become a big challenge for the people of Delhi. However, even before Diwali, the air quality in Delhi-NCR started deteriorating. Air pollution in the national capital increases every year during Diwali. The effect of this air pollution is the most on our lungs. Due to this bad air, the lungs start getting damaged. According to a study, 50% of Delhi’s children have allergies due to air pollution, while 29% children have asthma.

Keeping in mind the deteriorating level of air quality in Delhi, it is very important to take some measures so that the lungs can be kept healthy. For this, it is most important to apply a mask and stop going for a walk outside in the morning for a few days. To keep yourself healthy, one should do exercise and yoga at home. Apart from this, there are other measures to avoid air pollution which must be adopted.

ways to avoid air pollution
Due to the contaminated particles dissolved in the air, people have many health related problems. These include sneezing, red eyes, itching, skin rash or rash and sore throat. Therefore, to avoid air pollution, put air purifying plants in the house, wear masks with carbon filters while going out, eat fruits with vitamin C to keep immunity strong and consume gram and jaggery.

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what to do to strengthen the lungs
Air pollution has a direct effect on our lungs because whenever we breathe, the polluted particles dissolved in the air reach our lungs directly, so it is important to keep the lungs healthy. For this drink after boiling shwasari kwath, liquorice. Do Kapalbhati, Bhastrika and Anulom-Vilom.

Also, don’t walk in the park in the morning until the air quality improves.
Drink more water to flush out the toxic elements from the body. Eat aloe vera juice, triphala churna and chyawanprash. If you have difficulty in breathing, take steam immediately. At the same time, keep the windows and doors of the house closed in the morning and evening, because the level of air pollution increases at this time.

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According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the air quality index (AQI) in Delhi was recorded at 259 on Sunday, a day before Diwali. The Air Quality Index is defined as 0 to 50 “good”, 51 to 100 “satisfactory”, 101 to 200 “moderate”, 201 to 300 “poor”, 301 and 400 to “very poor” and 401 Between 500 and 500 are considered “severe”.

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