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Chronic Lung Disease In Asia Smoking Pollution And The Haze

  • June 24, 2020 at 3:27 pm
  • By Oma Gularte

Chronic Lung Disease in asia this is a fascinating book , on many levels . firstly it is immediately accessible . the style is straightforward , engaging , and draws in the reader . even if you have no interest in the subject , do not live in asia, do not have asthma, and do not smoke . Chronic Lung Disease in asia this is a fascinating book , on many levels . firstly it is immediately accessible . the style is straightforward , engaging , and draws in the reader . even if you have no interest in the subject , do not live in asia, do not have asthma, and do not smoke . “it is important for patients, particularly those with chronic lung or heart disease, to stay indoors during the haze period (which can last for many weeks) or during periods of high pollution

This advice is particularly important for people with existing lung disease, such as asthma and copd (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). we know that smoking cigarettes has a long-term damaging effect on our lungs, so what about the current smoke haze that hangs in the air? we have seen catastrophic asthma outcomes caused by weather events. But pm haze, with 10 active members and no outside funding, is well behind many established advocacy and research groups that fight air pollution elsewhere in asia. Haze particles can sometimes affect the heart and lungs, especially in people who already have chronic heart or lung disease e.g. asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd), or heart failure. there may be up to one to three days of time between exposure to haze and health effects/ symptoms. 3. If you have a chronic heart or lung condition – such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – be sure to be extra careful, as the haze could worsen its effects. should these symptoms worsen, seek medical help at your local clinic or a&e department .

Can the haze do long-term harm to our health? Usually the harmful effects of a few minutes of haze exposure are temporary and do not lead to long-term health issues. However, in studies performed in the US and Europe, there was found to be a definite relationship between air pollution and cardiovascular and lung cancer death. A woman covers her face with a scarf in front of the Prime Minister’s Office, which is shrouded in haze, in Putrajaya September 17, 2019. — Reuters pic. KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 23 — The most severe episode of the annual haze season in recent years has increased concerns about regular and prolonged exposure to the chronic air pollution among Malaysians. However, in susceptible individuals and those suffering from chronic disease, especially respiratory and heart disease (e.g. coronary artery disease, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), their condition may be worsened by haze. They are more likely to experience more severe haze-related effects than healthy people. Long-Term Effects Haze is a form of air pollution often caused by forest fires in Southeast Asia, which arise when open burning is carried out to clear land for agricultural purposes. This air pollution or haze is made worse by dry seasons, changes in wind direction, and when there is little or no rain in Singapore. Rates of chronic lung disease are rising in the U.S., including among nonsmokers. The study looked at CT scans from more than 7,000 people over an 18-year period. Ground-level ozone, or smog, is

Outdoor air pollution is an increasingly important risk factor for lung cancer among former and never-smokers. Though the global prevalence of smoking has decreased in recent decades, lung cancer… There is considerable epidemiological evidence indicating that air pollution has adverse effects on human health and is closely related to respiratory diseases, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). These effects, which can be divided into short- and long-term effects, can manifest as an exacerbation of existing symptoms, impaired lung function, and increased hospitalization How they differ is someone who smokes will typically smoke every day, whereas the average non-smoking Australian is not exposed to these levels of pollution on a daily basis. Oliver says while bushfire smoke is made up of a number of potentially hazardous components, we're most affected by the particulate matter - a complex mixture of extremely small particles and liquid droplets in the air we Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is predicted to become the third leading cause of death by 2030. Low and middle-income countries shoulder The haze in Singapore generally irritates your throat, which makes you cough, and your eyes, which become red and swollen. Symptoms are similar to those of a cold: running nose and headaches. If you suffer from lung or respiratory disease or other conditions such as eczema or conjunctivitis, a prolonged exposure to the haze may cause further complications, depending on the length of exposure. Although the full links between air pollution and Covid-19 are not yet known, there is clear evidence connecting air pollution and increased heart and lung disease. There is growing concern that air pollution exposures, especially in the most polluted regions of South Asia, could exacerbate the effects of Covid-19 significantly. Millions of lives will be unnecessarily lost to soaring rates of respiratory disease and lung cancer unless the Chinese government takes determined action against rampant air pollution, according Ever-smokers and people with lung damage at the start of the study experienced the greatest increases in percentage emphysema and declines in lung function. The results suggest that air pollution exposure may help explain why so many people without any history of smoking still develop chronic emphysema, the study team concludes. Chronic respiratory diseases (CRDs) are diseases of the airways and other structure of the lung and they are a leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Previous attempts to characterize the burden of chronic respiratory diseases have focused only on most common specific disease conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and pulmonary hypertension. The health effects of haze are dependent on an individual’s health status (e.g whether one has pre-existing chronic heart or lung disease), the PSI level, and the duration and intensity of outdoor activity. Reducing outdoor activities and physical exertion can help limit the adverse effects of haze exposure. India bears 32 per cent global burden of respiratory diseases: Global Burden of Disease study. About 33.6% of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) (DALYs) could be attributed to ambient air pollution, 25.8% to household air pollution and 21% to smoking. India has 18% of the world’s population

The Southeast Asian haze is a fire-related large-scale air pollution problem that occurs regularly. Generally, it is worst between July and October. These haze events have caused adverse health and economic impact on Brunei Darussalam, in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and, to a lesser degree, the Philippines and Thailand. The problem flares up every dry season, in varying degrees. BACKGROUND: Previous attempts to characterise the burden of chronic respiratory diseases have focused only on specific disease conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary di Air Pollution and India: 116,000 Infants Died in 1st Month Due to Air Pollution in India in 2019 according to a new the State of Global Air 2020 study. The highest health risk in India is now caused by air pollution, with 1.67 million deaths in 2019. Lung cancer accounts for 1.2 million deaths yearly worldwide, exceeding mortality from any other cancer in the developed countries. 1 The vast majority are caused by tobacco smoking, but environmental causes of cancer, including air pollution, have long been a concern also. 2 Outdoor air pollution has received particular attention lately as research has proliferated linking exposure, even at Although the full links between air pollution and Covid-19 are not yet known, there is clear evidence connecting air pollution and increased heart and lung disease. There is growing concern that air pollution exposures, especially in the most polluted regions of South Asia, could exacerbate the effects of Covid-19 significantly. [PDF] Suffering the Silence: Chronic Lyme Disease in an Age of Denial Popular Online

The presence of preexisting chronic lung disease, coronary heart disease, and heart failure may also elevate short-term cardiovascular mortality risk. 103 Most recently, publications from 2 separate groups provide evidence that the acute risk for cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes mellitus may be 2-fold higher than for nondiabetics. 104,105 It is plausible that both diabetes As protesters rally against air pollution at the India Gate in a dark yellow haze for several days, as air pollution hits record high levels lung cancer and chronic lung disease. Breathing in Sydney’s air right now has been compared to smoking the equivalent of 30 particularly for people with asthma and lung disease. if they don't have chronic lung disease, Pollution makes lungs more vulnerable to respiratory infections, causes headaches, even triggers heart attacks, says Janice Nolen of the American Lung Association. "People with chronic diseases BACKGROUND: Previous attempts to characterise the burden of chronic respiratory diseases have focused only on specific disease conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary di The most common disease caused by air pollution is ischemic heart disease, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and acute lower respiratory infections in children.

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If you have a chronic heart or lung condition – such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – be sure to be extra careful, as the haze could worsen its effects. Should these symptoms worsen, seek medical help at your local clinic or A&E department .

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