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There is no concrete answer for how your city’s air quality fairs. Air pollution is dynamic and can change in as little as a few minutes based on weather patterns, polluting sources, human behavior, and other variables. As a result, real-time air pollution data and awareness is critical to protecting yourself from adverse effects.
By enabling location services and notifications on the AirVisual app, you can rest assured you are always informed of pollution spikes, wherever you are.
Short term health effects of breathing polluted air include:
+ Irritation of the eyes, throat, and nose
+ Wheezing, coughing and asthma attacks
+ Chest tightness and chest pain
+ Shortness of breath and difficulty breathing
+ Irregular heartbeats
+ Pain during deep breaths
+ Inflammation of the lung lining and increased respiratory discomfort
Long term health effects of prolonged exposure can include cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, decreased lung function, cancer, and premature death.
Everyone is at risk of breathing harmful air pollution on a daily basis - whether indoors or out.
Air quality can quickly reach unhealthy levels in our daily activities of cooking, cleaning, and driving or biking in traffic. In a new air quality model released by The World Health Organization, it is estimated that 92% of our globe’s population is currently breathing unsafe, polluted air.
There are six key pollutants which are frequently measured by government monitoring stations, and used to calculate overall AQI. These pollutants include: PM2.5, PM10, carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and ground level ozone (O3).
Of these six key pollutants, generally PM2.5, PM10 and Ozone are the most likely to reach unhealthy levels..
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