Hello, and welcome back to our series on the importance of clean air. Last time, we discussed how this health issue is easy to miss, especially if you’ve gotten used to breathing in pollution. Now, let’s take a look at some of the health risks associated with poor air quality.
Polluted air is a major factor in many respiratory diseases. One of the most common illnesses associated with a lack of clean air is asthma. For people living with this condition, continuously breathing polluted air can increase the chances of attacks.
Bad air quality can also contribute to general breathing issues, such as chest pains and shortness of breath. These symptoms can be dangerous and may have negative impacts on other aspects of your health.
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