Breathing of toxic particles and how it damages the brain [2022]

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Researchers from the university of Birmingham have revealed breathing polluted air can lead to those toxic particles transporting through the bloodstream and into the brain. Causing Elders and even children to have negative cognitive functions, and neuroinflammation.

Having a poor cognitive function means the brain has trouble memorizing, focusing, taking in new information to the brain, and difficulties in decision making.

Neuroinflammation is when the nervous tissue is inflamed caused by a number warning signals such as cerebrovascular diseases or chronic SVD (small vessel disease). Which can cause elders and someone with diabetes, with depression and dementia. 

 

Check out the full article in the link below:

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/2022/lungs-to-brain

Published: 21 June 2022

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