The adverse effects of pollution are visible in the form of increased health and breathing complications such as Asthma and COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. In fact, if you’ve recently developed COPD and are finding it difficult to handle your disease as well as work life together, then check out some of the tips for better managing your work life, despite being a COPD patient.
Air pollution can be a menace for people suffering from asthma as well as COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. According to a report, household and outdoor air pollution has led to the death of around 7 million people around the globe. Researchers have also found that solid fuels combustion is one of the primary sources of air pollution in developing nations. Hence, to minimize the harmful effects of air pollutants people suffering from COPD should develop sufficient understanding about the quality of air and must also adopt additional measures such as wear masks and minimize their outdoor time.
We should try and reduce our exposure to normal air and its pollutants because air pollution is reaching serious and grave levels. It is currently in the hazardous category. We can scarce afford the ill effects of air pollution. Continue reading Smog Chokes City, Doctors Declare Health Emergency – TOI 8th Nov 2017