Mental Health is greatly impacted by the air you breathe
Studies shows that increasing exposure to air pollution may increase the risk of anxiety, depression and other mental health related issues.
A recent study by University of Washington researchers found that air pollution has been associated with behaviour changes – spending less time outside or leading a more sedentary lifestyle – that can be related to psychological distress or social isolation. Another study by Yale School of Public Health found that Air Pollution is contributing to higher levels of depression.
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University of Washington paper:
Yale School of Public Health research: https://publichealth.yale.edu/article.aspx?id=14877