The health effects of dust pollution include asthma, lung cancer and, according to the latest findings, heart diseases. There is also mounting evidence that air pollution can damage the brain and may even increase the risk of dementia.
Dementia sufferers lose their ability to remember, communicate and think. Dementia is a generic term for various diseases and brain disorders.
Tiny dust particles can verifiably get into the brain. However, a connection between air pollution and the causes of dementia has not yet been proven. More advanced investigation methods have now discovered warning signs that provide compelling arguments for exploring the health effects of dust pollution on the brain in more detail.
The risk of air pollution in the workplace
The risk for people who are exposed to indoor air pollution daily is therefore even greater. Indoor air pollution in the workplace and in adjacent areas can be two to five times higher than outdoor air pollution . The polluted air in the environment encounters indoor pollution such as dust, floating particles and other pollutants. These particles are stubborn and not always visible to the naked eye, but can penetrate deep into the lungs and cause illness and health problems.
Even if you try to avoid risk factors for dementia through a healthy lifestyle, air pollution is not so easy to control.
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