Air pollution destroy the kidneys in many ways

Air pollution can destroy the kidneys in many ways

Now a study has revealed that pollution is very destructive to the kidneys. Terrible physical effects of air pollution continue to surface.

Although several studies have shown that PM2.5 particles in air pollution have been shown to be harmful to the lungs and kidneys, an important report has now been published in Science Partner, a sub-journal of the journal Science. But it should be noted that all these experiments have been done in one laboratory.

According to Yakun Han, a scientist at Imperial College London's School of Health, if a person stays in the air full of PM 2.5 particles for a long time, it can have a negative effect on the kidneys. Now if this pollution is reduced then kidney health can be improved.

On the other hand, in a study conducted in China, scientists examined 5115 people who were living in different areas and some of them were also tested in the laboratory. It was found that between 2011 and 2015, many people were breathing in an atmosphere with PM 2.5 particles, and at the same time, their kidney function was affected.

Scientists then say that reducing the amount of PM 2.5 by 10 micrograms per cubic meter increases the capacity of the kidneys. At the same time, kidney filtration is improved. Blood urea nitrogen levels also improved.

According to the study, China has worked on a number of ways to reduce air pollution, and now people around the world can be treated in this way.