The smog will not only harm our lungs, cardiovascular, etc., but also harm our brains. This is the latest research published by Professor Barbara Maher of the University of Lancaster in the United Kingdom and his team published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. CNN and the British BBC have reported this research.
team conducted magnetic level analysis of brain samples from 37 people
who had lived in Mexico City or Manchester, England. Magnetite particles
were found in these brain samples and compared with airborne particles
extracted from the roadside. The magnetite particles in the brain are in
complete agreement with the magnetite particles in the air pollution.
These particles are less than 0.2 microns in diameter and they travel from the nose to the olfactory nerve, through the nervous system into the brain, and into other areas of the brain, including the hippocampus and cerebral cortex, which are closely related to Alzheimer's disease (Alzheimer's disease).
may also reduce the IQ of children who are not yet fully developed.
Shakira Franco Suglia, a psychologist at Boston University in the United
States, conducted a random survey of 200 Boston children aged 10 years.
The results showed that children who lived in areas with severe air
pollution had significantly lower cognitive, memory, and IQ tests than
those living in uncontaminated cities.
The damage of the haze to the brain is permanent and irreversible. Therefore, the anti-mite and anti-mite can not relax for a moment, I hope that the breathing will no longer hurt!