PM 2.5 - Everything You Need To Know About PM2.5
The PM2.5 health effects are both short-term and long-term. Some of the most immediate symptoms of exposure to PM2.5 pollutants include eye, nose, and throat irritation, coughing, sneezing, and shortness of breath.
Because PM2.5 particles are so minute, they are able to reach the deepest levels of your lungs every time you breathe in air that is polluted with them and they can also enter the bloodstream, where they eventually end up affecting every part of the body. The people can suffer permanent injury to their health and well-being.
Your lungs and heart are most at risk for the ill effects of inhaling PM2.5 particles and repeat exposure can lead to heart and lung disease and increased risk for upper respiratory conditions and infections.
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