Pollution in the air: Pollution increased again, the air of many cities became poisonous, the danger of these diseases is looming
Air Quality Index : People go for a walk early in the morning to stay healthy, but the air in many cities is now becoming toxic. The threat of pollution is once again looming in the capital Delhi. The level of infection in the air of the country’s capital is increasing. Due to which people are having difficulty in breathing. The Air Quality Index (AQI) has crossed 400 in some areas of Delhi. Let us tell you that every year, as soon as the month of September-October comes, the danger of pollution in Delhi starts increasing.
Increasing pollution increases the risk of diseases
As the AQI approaches the danger mark, people start experiencing shortness of breath and an increased risk of infection with eye irritation. With the change in weather, the fall in temperature has increased the level of pollution in many cities of the country including Delhi. The main cause of air pollution is the smoke coming out of the factory.
Why is air pollution dangerous?
How dangerous is air pollution, if you understand in simple words, it kills 7 million people worldwide. That is, how dangerous are the diseases caused by pollution. This can be understood from these figures. On the other hand, when we talk about the pollution of Delhi, every time the name of Delhi comes in the 10 most polluted cities of the world. According to statistics, millions of people die every year due to pollution all over the country.
you can understand the situation like this
AQI between 0 and 50 is ‘good’, 51 and 100 ‘satisfactory’, 101 and 200 ‘moderate’, 201 to 300 ‘poor’, 301 to 400 ‘very poor’ and 401 to 500 ‘very poor’ considered serious. Recently, the Anand Vihar area of Delhi has been found in the critical category. With this you can get an idea of Delhi’s air pollution.
These diseases are increasing
Due to increasing pollution, many types of health problems start increasing. Pollution can lead to asthma and many other lung diseases. Pollution can cause not only asthma, but also heart disease, skin allergies and eye diseases. According to a report by the World Health Organization, more than 7 million people worldwide die every year due to pollution. Pollution can lead to stroke, lung cancer, heart disease and skin problems. Air pollution and rising temperatures increase the risk of heart diseases. In such a situation, it is important that you come out of your homes wearing a mask to avoid pollution.