Delhi, January 13: Heavy traffic and air pollution can lead you to suffer from Dementia. A study from Canada says people living near highways may suffer from memory loss, i.e. Dementia.
Dementia is a type of disease which can damage brain. It causes changes in the personality of the sufferer. It affects the way people think and interact with each other. You can suffer short time memory loss, mind speech and motor skills.
Everyone wants to buy their houses on main road for their conveniences as it easily approachable. But, if your house is on main road, then it can lead you to Dementia. Air and sound pollution shows you the path to Dementia.
Actually, a research conducted in Canada says, people living in circumference of 50 meters from highway or main road are 7% more prone to Dementia than to those living in more than 300 meters. As per the research, pollution present in the air can enter in your brain via blood and lead to brain related problems.
The research was done on 65 lac people living in Ontario, Canada. From which 234,611 were suffering from Dementia. According to World Health Organization, people suffering from Dementia were 4.75 crores in 2015 and it is continuously increasing.
So if you are planning to buy a house, you need to be careful about where it is. You need be more cautious while buying a house and think about your family’s health once.
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