Air Pollution May Lead To Pneumonia

Dec, 2021 - by CMI

Pollution may increase the threat of pneumonia and lead to other respiratory issues.

Some places in world witness air pollution on high alert. Breathing the polluted air and especially the winter smog along with air makes it unbreathable. The contaminated air levels outside are dreadful and now indoor air is getting impure which may lead to severe respiratory problems including infectious diseases such as pneumonia. Air pollution causes the decline in air quality and makes it poor and unhealthy. The bad air quality expands to uncertain diseases such as asthma, a major respiratory problem. These kind of things can make a healthy person dull and infectious. Not only the development of these diseases make people ill but also affects the lungs and can lead to transience if not diagnosed early and treated in time. Pneumonia is doubtlessly a threat for the respiratory health and with the elevation in the degree of pollution it increases more severity of other diseases too.

 Being exposed and attacked to pollution numerous times can even weaken the immune health. The purity and aeration channel of the respiratory span and air valves get feeble and makes the person more prone to any other inhaling infections. People who already suffer from pollution illness are more likely to be a victim of pneumonia. This infectious disease may affect all age groups, however, is mostly found amongst the children under the age of 5 years or older than 65 years. Prego women, people having breathing problems are said to be aware in polluted areas and should take care of themselves. There are many severe symptoms of pneumonia. Depending upon the mild or severe condition. Bronchitis, laryngitis, fever, cough along with catarrh, vomiting, drowsiness, fast breathing or croak are the main prodomes noticed in case of pneumonia. Always wearing mask, keeping the house neat and dust free, getting vaccinated against any of the flu and practicing good and healthy exercises can prevent people against this severe inflammatory disease.