Diwali 2021: Do this work to avoid pollution on Diwali, do not make the air poisonous


Diwali 2021: Diwali is a festival of happiness and light. On this day people decorate their house very well and worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. This year Diwali will be celebrated on 4th November (Thursday). People also burn firecrackers while celebrating the festival of Diwali, but do you know how much pollution is spread every year by burning crackers on Diwali. The whole country is troubled by the problem of pollution. The capital of the country, Delhi is affected a little more than this. If you are worried about the pollution caused by Diwali and want to save yourself from it, then you must keep some things in mind. Let us tell you what measures you can take to avoid pollution on Diwali.

Asthma patients do not go out
Burning of crackers on Diwali increases pollution and poison dissolves in the air. In such a situation, if any member in the house has asthma or any respiratory disease, then do not let him go out in the open. Polluted air can increase the problems of patients with respiratory diseases. If these patients have to go out for some important work, then they should wear a mask.

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Do not throw garbage around the house
Even before the arrival of Diwali, the work of cleaning the house starts. During the cleaning, do not throw or collect the waste coming out of the house around the house. Throw it at the right place to throw garbage. Throwing garbage around adds to the mess.

a certain time of bursting firecrackers
Instead of burning firecrackers overnight, fix a time. By burning firecrackers in limited quantity, the amount of pollution can be reduced to some extent. Apart from this, avoid burning loud crackers. High-pitched firecrackers may increase the risk of heart disease.

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do not spread noise pollution
Noise of more than 50 decibels is fatal to humans. Due to excessive noise, the eardrums are damaged, but the firecrackers that are lit during Diwali are more than 100 decibels. So much noise is very dangerous for any human being. Avoid doing this. Do not spread noise pollution. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general assumptions. Hindi news18 does not confirm the same. Please contact the relevant expert before implementing them.)

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