MD - Venereology and Leprosy, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
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Which of these organs can be affected by inhaling polluted air?
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If you breathe a lung-full of air on your way to the office, it is natural that you will end up coughing and even choking for some minutes. But inhaling such pollution for a long span of time could lead to diseases of your heart and lungs too, particularly if you are already affected by some kind of health problems. Wear a mask to cover your mouth and nostrils and protect your lungs and heart.
Which of the below are individuals at a higher risk of having cardiac problems from pollution?
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According to the recent research reports published by the Journal of the American Heart Association, women with high blood sugar levels are at a greater risk for having the cardiac disease when they are exposed to high rates of polluted air over a long span of time. It is important to be concerned about the environment where you live and work and find out ways to steer clear of the situation. Be informed and stay safe as prevention is better than cure anytime.
Pollution cannot cause any auto-immune diseases.
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The overwhelming rate of pollution to which we are subjected can also create a surrounding where we can have a long-term infection or some autoimmune condition. It is considered that people affected with diabetes are at highest risk level and this puts them at the edge. It is crucial to measure an individual s exposure to air pollution in order to regulate it. You should try to control your exposure to pollution in order to stay healthy and fit in the long run.
Particulate matter in the air is detrimental to human health.
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The non-suspended particulate matter is something that can mess with our immune system and pave the way for a host of inflammatory diseases which is already too high among people with high blood sugar and pressure. If you suffer from any of the diseases like hypertension, obesity, high cholesterol, then you are at a high risk of having auto-immune diseases in future. Try to avoid particulate matter from reaching your system as much as possible by taking precautions.
Exercising can help in preventing the bad effects of pollution.
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If you are suffering from any of the diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes and too much of bad cholesterol, then the rising pollution can wreak havoc on your health. So you should eat a well-regulated diet and exercise regularly in order to mitigate the bad effects of pollution. The greatest problem is that many people are not aware of the harmful impacts of pollution. Following a good diet and exercise routine regularly is the key to good health.