With the rising air pollution, we are today confronted by the challenges of chronic and lifestyle related diseases. And it’s not just the air outside, even our indoor spaces are not safe for breathing. Although our rooms may look clean, it is actually full of viruses, bacteria and other harmful pollutants.
Heart disease is a common danger, one of the leading health risks people face these days. While we have always blamed our changing lifestyle leading to chronic disease development like heart disease, there’s another vital factor that is believed to aggravate the same.