New Delhi: Residents of Delhi-NCR woke up to another apocalyptic day on Wednesday as air pollution levels continued to remain in ‘severe’ category in various areas of the region.
The deteriorating air quality in Delhi-NCR not only poses serious health risks to the children, elderly and those with certain medical conditions but also to the general public. Residents have been advised not to venture outside to reduce the negative effects of pollution. Read: Here are five ways to detoxify your lungs naturally
Meanwhile, in view of air pollution reaching alarming levels and toxic haze that thickened across the city, leaving millions of people facing severe health hazards, the primary schools in the national capital have been shut after the Indian Medical Association (IMA) sounded a health emergency alert.
While solving the challenges of air pollution remains a huge task for the lawmakers, there are many things you can do on your personal level to help reduce the health risk of toxic pollutants. Here are a few tips you can follow to help protect yourself and your family from air pollution:
Besides following the above tips, check with your doctor if you experience shortness of breath or unpleasant breathlessness, especially if you have a history of certain health conditions, including asthma, heart disease, etc.
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