Living Far From These Eyesores Keeps The Brain Healthy

Posted on May 7, 2015

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New studies have shown that environmental conditions have direct effects on our healths. Are these conditions inevitable in our fast-paced lives?

According to new research studies, living further away from major roadways has been linked to better brain health . Air pollution may cause poor cognitive function and ‘silent strokes’, which have been correlated to dementia.

Such harmful articles of pollution can travel deep into the lungs and have been linked to strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems.

However, living at such conditions in this point of time, is the epitome of convenience. It has almost become a necessity to get around, to be in touch with the majority of the world.

The impact of air pollution has a serious influence on our brain's health. For more information about the studies findings, click the link below

Category(s):Health / Illness / Medical Issues

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