CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH

Climate change or change in weather does not mean any specific change in stereotypes for the environment of the climatic situation, which will occur in the long term or around the world one space.

Climate change testifies to unexplained changes in the Earth's climate and its consequences in various parts of the world, for example, in the south of the pole, the duration of these changes ranges from ten years to several million years.

Climate Change by the World Meteorological Organization was developed in 1966, which includes all types of climate at various scales for more than 10 years, regardless of its cause.

Climate changing factors.

Climate change refers to changes in the environment, its natural process for the environment and human impact on its activities. The external factors that can shape the climate are often referred to as climatic with their strength, including processes such as the conversion of solar radiation, the circulation of the earth, and the amount of greenhouse gases.

The impact of climate change on human health.

How the weather affects various aspects of not only nature, but also human life and health. In addition, high or low temperatures strongly affect the human immune system. It can be said that weather conditions can also play a role in our physical and mental health. At the same time, based on significant growth, climate change is the only new contributor to stress, anxiety and depression.

They include:

Stroke and its danger

Infectious diseases

Heart Disease Infections

Brain Diseases

Poor allergy

Contraceptive skin diseases ...

However, given all these points and the consequences of climate change, all people in the light of the planet have a responsibility. That's more proactive than the responsibility of governments and environmentally friendly agencies. Therefore, we must all be prepared to recognize the dangerous consequences of climate change. 

Department of Public Health and Medical Statistics

with a course history of medicine

02.03.2021     56


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