Kathmandu. Studies have shown that air pollution increases the risk of heart disease. A recent study in the United States found that air pollution was more likely to affect people with heart disease and high blood pressure.
According to the researchers, if the patient is suffering from kidney disease and high blood pressure, the study has shown that air pollution will make it even weaker.
In 2021, the American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week claimed on Thursday. According to researchers, air pollution directly affects heart patients. The risk of heart disease can be reduced if you protect yourself from air pollution.
Researchers have found that high blood pressure can cause glycine-3 levels in kidney patients. As it is directly related to air pollution, it weakens the heart internally.
According to a study of 1,019 patients, such patients develop myocardial fibrosis (heart failure) and it can lead to heart attack or even death.