It has been shown that air pollution has an indirect and direct impact on people's immune system, making it much easier to get sick in such an environment, but air pollution also affects the flora of the human body alongside the human body. So if we see a sick, yellowish, or growing tree in a big city, they are most likely to be infected with air pollution.

The direct impact of air pollution has been demonstrated by science, which is why smog clouds or dense smoke smoke, for example. Dense powdery dust usually develops in large cities or industrial areas, in a windy weather and causes extremely unhealthy, proven respiratory diseases, and indirectly forms genetic alterations and other disorders.


Few know, but acid rain is also caused by air pollution. If many industrial fumes and smogs from transport are mixed with the precipitating clouds, and with raindrops, then they become poisonous and acidic. In this case, acid rain is created, which damages the soil, the entire wildlife, but even the buildings and the cars, but it does damage anything that it touches.

The ozone layer is also damaged by air pollution. In severe cases, the ozone hole develops, which can overwhelm the environment. Ozone is capable of protecting living creatures from harmful sun rays, so if there were no ozone, then land life could not exist either. Unfortunately, today, not only the pollutants generated by air pollution have a negative impact on ozone and, in spite of the fact that they have put in place specific environmental provisions to reduce emissions of harmful aerosols, the process is still highly negative.

In addition, air pollution can increase the incidence of many illnesses in the body, for example, a significant part of the lung diseases can be described in almost any smog city, almost without exception. Doctors and researchers have proven in the past that air pollution has a carcinogenic effect, but it also contributes to the development of allergies and asthma, but it can not only cause respiratory problems.

Naturally, milder problems can occur, causing not only chronic and serious illnesses to be caused by air pollution, as the body may indicate cough, runny nose, sneezing, spotted eyes and other symptoms of excessive airborne harmful substances.

Other research has also shown that air pollution is capable of generating genetic problems in humans,so a Chinese study has provided evidence that genetically deficient children were born in the air-polluted environment who could only demonstrate inferior abilities in terms of learning and learning compared to their companions born in an airy environment.