How to survive the Delhi smog: Dos and Don'ts - indoor air purifier

by:Yovog     2019-07-09
How to survive the Delhi smog: Dos and Don\'ts  -  indoor air purifier
The Delhi government has recently voluntarily paid for helicopters that will sprinkle water over the city to resolve dust and reduce levels of contaminants (
Particulate matter (PM)in the air.
But environmental activists and air quality experts are unhappy.
Maximum PM 2 at the time of writing.
Level 5 and PM 10 in Delhi are above level 350 and 450-
The safety limits are 60 and 100 respectively.
At present, the air quality in Delhi is very poor and serious.
Asthma patients have been advised to maintain their ease of medication.
Obviously, it will take a lot of time, consideration and political will to develop a sound plan of action.
But there are a few things you can do to screen the air on a personal level.
You have to change the way you live.
If so, is the air purifier effective, then this is an important question that must be asked before any technology is adopted.
Yes, the air purifier is able to minimize contaminants and filter the air in a closed environment, bringing it to the level of safety recommended by the World Health Organization.
But there is a disclaimer attached to this usage.
Three-layer filtration of ordinary air purifiers--a pre-
Filter, efficient filter (high-
High efficiency particle absorber)
And a carbon filter.
The better the quality of these filters, the better the final product, and then the higher the price.
This is called passive filtering.
But here's the problem.
When you go to buy an air purifier, like negative ionization and photooxidation, etc. , it's all to convince you that you 've spent extra money catching up with the latest technology.
Barun Aggarwal, CEO of BreatheEasy Labs, warned about hygiene and marketing gimmicks.
Aggarwal said the new technology has entered the field of active filtration, which has changed the molecular structure of particulate matter.
He thinks the chemical changes
Products such as formaldehyde and process are prone to side effects.
Jai Dhar Gupta, an air quality expert and CEO of Nirvana, believes that people must avoid products with active filtration.
Some brands of air purifiers recommend IQAir, Sharp and Airgle.
Aggarwal said that all air purifiers need to be evaluated once a year, and that the digital panels that provide the current PM level on the machine are inaccurate and a marketing gimmick.
It is a myth that plants purify air.
Yes, plants absorb carbon dioxide and replace it with oxygen, but they are ineffective in fighting particulate matter.
"It takes eight factories for everyone to reach the best level of oxygen," said Gupta . ".
Still, money plants, sansevieria and the sun are good plants to keep indoors
Love Aloe by the window.
Go out and you will be exposed to PM 2.
5 and PM 10, the most serious is carbon monoxide and other harmful greenhouse gases.
Stagnant air near the surface of the Earth in the winter contains particulate matter, the reduction of wind speed makes the situation worse.
Therefore, pollution is more serious in winter.
What you should do when you don't have a closed environment that can control the pollution mask has become absolutely necessary.
"Just as we spoke, the Indian Medical Association was drafting an emergency consultation report recommending restrictions on outdoor activities and wearing pollution masks at all times," Gupta said . ".
Regarding the quality, he said any mask with no minimum N95 filter-
It filters PM 2.
5 dropped to 0 at 95. 3 microns --
It's a piece of cloth.
In addition, an ideal mask must have a carbon filter and an exhaust valve, he said.
"When buying a mask, you have to make sure that it is perfectly worn on your face.
There is a slight gap, the mask is a waste.
But it must also be comfortable for a person who can wear it for a long time, "Gupta said.
He also stressed air quality in Delhi and Indian cities
The huge plain is very bad and people should choose the N99 filter pollution mask-
It filters PM 2.
5 dropped to 0 in 99. 3 microns --to be safe.
Start with breakfast.
The first recommendation of nutritionist and nutrition health expert Shikha Sharma is ---
Don't eat bread this season.
Bread containing preservatives, combined with the level of contamination, can aggravate allergic reactions and cause diseases such as rhinitis, she said.
Next, it's always a good idea to drink more water, but Sharma says it's crucial to rinse the toxins in the body during the winter.
In order to control the indoor air, avoid the use of chemical fresheners and cleaners and switch to natural fresheners, she said.
The filter has a life cycle and must be replaced over time.
Acamphor brings freshness with eucalyptus oil treatment of fungal growth and aromatherapy.
Sharma emphasizes loading jaggery and vitamin C with amla and lemon fruit to enhance immunity.
"Earlier, the workers at the coal mine were jokingly joked every day.
It can filter out toxins . "
Health expert Micky Mehta said that smog will make our body more acidic and it is recommended to eat some alkaline fruits such as pomegranate, melon and antelope in the morning, with coconut water and herbal teaPM 2. 5 is a killer.
The more air you breathe, the more dangerous your lungs are.
Mehta suggests that while your exercise should be sustained, it should not be intense.
"It's not good that you breathe deeper in intense training," he said . ".
"It's important to take a deep breath, but breathe according to your natural ability.
He said it can help the body clear free radicals and carbon and improve immunity.
In addition to blowing out the air, Mehta recommends a soft bounce exercise to improve the function of the lymph node drainage system.
It also helps activate the slow nervous system.
In addition, he recommended half of Surya Namaskar--
This basically means entering the position of a mountain and then winding back to the position of the mountain ---
Breathing is very slow.
Dr Rajesh Chawla, senior consultant for lung at Apollo Hospital in Delhi, said the best way to protect the lungs is to limit outdoor activities, especially children.
Yes, it is impractical, but how serious the pollution is.
If you should go out, put on a pollution mask, put on glasses to protect your eyes, and when you come back, look at your face and wash your throat, he said.
Due to excessive carbon intake, pollution can lead to rhinitis, airway cramps, respiratory diseases and fatigue, Dr. Chawla said.
Can't Breathe, cough too much, no responsethe-
Prescription drugs are symptoms that doctors must assess, he said.
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