Impact of PM 2.5 dust

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Impact of PM 2.5 dust. Many cities are covered with PM 2.5 dust pollution. This very small dust, 1 in 25 of the hair’s size so small. that It can breathe into the lungs and penetrate the lung wall into the bloodstream to diffuse it. All over the body and induce free radicals and inflammation in the body Increased risk of allergy Chronic asthma Conjunctivitis, lung cancer, as well as cardiovascular disease are possible.

If we are exposed to PM 2.5 dust containing these particles for a long time, it will affect many organs in the body as follows.

Impact of PM 2.5 dust

Respiratory system

 It will stimulate the lung cells to generate free radicals, causing irritation and causing inflammation of the respiratory system. Resulting in decreased lung performance. Therefore less air exchange Resulting in shortness of breath. The heart works harder, a persistent cough, a persistent cough, sputum, difficulty breathing. It can also lead to respiratory infections more easily. Especially in people with respiratory problems such as asthma, emphysema Will have a more special effect Exposure to these fine particles for a long period of time could lead to cancer as a result.

Cardiovascular system 

Small particles of dust increase blood pressure levels. Increase the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. LDL-Cholesterol And triglycerides  and reduce the levels of good cholesterol in the blood.  HDL-Cholesterol Is a cause of coronary artery disease. This is the leading cause of death and more death from other respiratory ailments, with death can cause by heart attack and heart attack. Cerebrovascular disease Heart arrhythmia. There are also studies that have found that Exposure to dust also increases blood sugar levels. This results in obesity and affects the metabolism in the body.

In addition, in pregnant women These particles can enter the bloodstream through the placenta. Causing the born baby to weigh less than normal And can affect the baby’s brain development. Research has shown that children living in dust dispersed areas have an increased rate of absenteeism. It also increases the risk of developing lung dysfunction, asthma symptoms, and potentially causing cancer in children. It also affects the growth and immunity of children in areas at risk of dust dispersal.