Almost on a daily basis, we hear about air pollution increasing drastically. But what is the cause? Why should we be alarmed? What are the precautions? More important, how is it affecting us? Find out the answers to these questions in this article. Read on.
24/10/2018 | Advind
As what is seen on a larger perspective in the whole world, that only vehicle and factory emissions, smoke, dust particles etc. are majorly responsible for the air quality crisis being faced by the world in this modern era. Here, an inevitable fact that people are ignoring is the contribution of indoor air pollution to the environment.
Today’s air quality has become a vital matter for all of us and it should not be ignored at any cost. Poor air quality can bring many harmful diseases in our life which would not be good for our health. India is one of the top polluted countries in the world which has been affected badly by air pollution.
The air quality around the national capital and the surrounding areas is deteriorating day by day which is giving birth to allergies, asthama, lung problems, breathing problems, ear problem, sinusitis, etc. The most affected by these ailments is your child.