Breathing in polluted air can cause brain diseases

According to a study, breathing polluted air can cause brain disorders and neurological damage.

Polluted air contains many toxic particles. While breathing in polluted air, the poisonous particles go from the lungs to the brain.

The scientist collected various fine particles in human cerebrospinal fluid from a patient suffering from brain disorders.

The study also shows that toxic particles from the air enter the body through inhalation and move around the body.

According to the study, this poisonous particle reaches the brain through the blood from the lungs.

According to the study, tiny particles like PM 2.5 are the most problematic to cause harmful effects on health.

According to a report, Lahore is the most polluted city in the world, followed by Delhi, Dhaka, and Ghaziabad.

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