In recent days, PM2.5 has occurred in the air in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Even though mostly invisible to the naked eyes, the air we daily breathe is full of tiny particles of; chemicals, soil, smoke, dust or allergens, in the form of liquids, gases, or solids. PM2.5 is a form of pollutant particle with very small size, less than 2.5 micrometres. This is a particularly unhealthy and dangerous dust, because it can penetrate the respiratory system and human skin. These particles are from a variety of sources, both indoors and outdoors. Therefore, to ensure health, people need to understand what PM2.5 is and the importance of PM 2.5 Mask.
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The negative effects by PM 2.5
PM 2.5 easily penetrates the respiratory tract affects the DNA structure due to the imbalance of oxygen. The metal in the dust transition group inhibits the DNA repair mechanism, which can cause lung cancer.
Respiratory diseases: Particle acts with CO, SO2, NO2 to prevent hemoglobin from combining with oxygen, making cells lack oxygen. Causing respiratory diseases, toxins in fine dust can cause chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Cardiovascular diseases: The pollutant can attack the alveoli and cross the barrier between the gas and blood to enter the circulatory system. When the patient has normal blockages of blood vessels, but when fine dust attacks these sites it will rupture causing myocardial infarction.
In addition, it also affects human psychology as well as severe memory loss when exposed to air pollution for a long time.