Respiratory problems are becoming one of the leading causes of death in India. We can see
that India is having a death rate of 11% because of respiratory diseases. In every one lakh
people, an estimated 142 people die from lung disease. The country bears 18% of the world
population and 32% of the global burden of respiratory diseases.
If we get back and check the reasons for this respiratory disease, the main reason is our
changing lifestyle and pollution is the biggest contributor to this problem. we all can see how
lifestyle is changing and how changing lifestyle is affecting our environment. The
environment is getting polluted. The air which we are breathing is not pure and the water we
are drinking is polluted. For the sake of urbanization, people are destroying forests. Just to
make themselves convenient they are destroying forests and to make the ways of the road
they are destroying the trees around. As the population is increasing vehicles are increasing
on the other hand it is increasing pollution. because of this changing lifestyle and
urbanization, people are facing many health issues related to respiration.
Pollution is the main reason for respiratory disease. as a minimum, 140 million people in
India breathe air that is 10 times or more over safe restriction, 13 of the world’s 20 cities with
the highest annual degrees of air pollutants are in India. About 33.6% of chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease, could be attributed to ambient air pollution, 25.8% to household air
pollution, and 21% to smoking. the fifty-one% of pollution is resulting from economic
pollution, 27 % utilizing automobiles, 17% by way of crop burning, and 5% by using fireworks.
air pollution contributes to the premature deaths of 2 million Indians every year. Emissions
come from motors and enterprise, while in rural areas, lots of pollution stems from biomass
burning for cooking and maintaining heat. In autumn and iciness months, massive scale crop
residue burning in agriculture fields – a less expensive opp