Delhi News: Toxic and Polluted Air take over National Capital

As per research, it has been confirmed that polluted air in Delhi, The National Capital of India is affecting the health of many people in the country. Let us check out the details.

Air quality dips in DELHI

Toxic air takes over DELHI’s health as the air quality has dipped to the severe category in the last couple of weeks, giving rise to severe diseases like lung issues, respiratory disorders, and vision problems. Winter brings cold weather and this welcomes respiratory issues as well. Along with winter seasons, air pollution also made a strong hit in Delhi state in November-December 2022. Referring to previous years, the National Capital of India is once again in the grip of the deadly blanket of air pollution. 

Air Quality Index AQI for DELHI 

Air quality is dipped to the “severe category” which is a cause of concern for Delhi residents and the entire country. The Air Quality Index AQI for DELHI is around 407 which has resulted in to impose measures by the Commission for Air Quality Management under the Stage III of the Graded Response Action Plan again. The condition of DELHI has been deteriorating this season with the air quality which is raising many concerns. 

Taking the right action at right time to stay safe

It is important to take action at the right time before the National Capital of India gets into panic mode. Taking proper measures and care can help the state of Delhi stay safe and prevent air pollution this winter in other parts of the country. Let's not forget that air pollution with dipping air quality may bring on problems with breathing affecting not only the lungs but also other parts of the body as the oxygen flow gets deprived causing a lack of O2 reaching the heart and brain. 

It is important to take precautions with easy tricks and tips to prevent complications.

Tips and Tricks to fight air pollution in DELHI

The rising levels of air pollution in the National Capital of India have led to a sudden spike in the number of patients diagnosed with severe lung problems and respiratory issues. This includes the following issues- 

  • Pneumonia 
  • Allergy 
  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis 
  • COPD 
  • Increased risk of cancer
  • Weakened immune system 
  • More prone to chronic and recurrent lung infections

Follow tips to prevent these infections due to polluted air 

  • Stay safe indoors 
  • Use an air purifier
  • Maintain healthy diet 
  • Maintain a healthy immune system 
  • Stay hydrated 
  • Use an N-95 face mask 





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