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How Haze Impacts on Your Healthy

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explain about helath problem due to haze from forest fire

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How Haze Impacts on Your Healthy

How Haze Impacts on Your Healthy

Pollutants

Where is The Route?InhalationIngestionDermalHow the PM2,5 goes into the Body?

Cardiopulmonary Conditions Caused by Smoke

The inhalation of smoke reduces red blood cell levels and damages cellular membranesThe deposition of PM10 and SO2 in the respiratory system promoting systemic inammation in the body, and contributing to the development of cardiopulmonary disease.IrritantsSymptoms from acute exposure to organic acids, aldehydes (e.g. formaldehyde), and respirable particulate matter include teary and burning eyes, runny nose, and scratchy and sore throat.Carbon MonoxideInhalation of carbon monoxide increases production of carboxyhemoglobin (COHb). In excessive amounts, carboxyhemoglobin causes oxygen deprivation, damages body tissues, and induces coughing and cold-like symptoms, atherosclerosis and coronary heart diseasePeople with angina or heart disease, pregnant women, developing fetuses, and those who exercise outdoors are particularly sensitive to carbon monoxide pollution

Ozonecauses chest pain and other respiratory problems such as pulmonary edema. Additional responses to ozone exposure include headaches, and the aggravation of pre-existing asthma.Premature DeathPremature death is an acute and chronic effect of the inhalation of particulate matter.Due to cardiopulmonary dysfunction.

Suppressed ImmunityThe inhalation of wood smoke decreases resistance to lung infections and increases susceptibility to respiratory infections by interfering with macrophage phagocytosis.

Physical and Cognitive ImpairmentsTrace gases in air pollution are associated with weight loss, weakness, and fatigue. Carboxyhemoglobin, causes deciency of blood oxygen leading to drowsiness, disorientation, fatigue, diminished work capacity, and reduced manual skills.

Who Has The Risk?Children Elderly Prior heart or lung disease patients pregnant women Persons who work/exercise outdoors Otherwise healthy adults and children

Gunakan masker saat berada di luarKonsumsi cukup air hindari kopi, alkohol dan minuman yang terlalu manisKonsumsi buah-buahanBatasi aktivitas di luar rumah termasuk olah ragaHindari asap rokokTutup semua pintu dan jendelaNyalakan AC/kipas angin

We can go days without meal and water, but it need few minutes to go die without oxygenOur forest provides oxygen for the world then when it burns the smoke damages allStop forest fire !!!Dont take our right to breathThank you for your attention