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Effect of Climate Change On Public Health

The increase in atmospheric temperature is mainly referred to as climate change. Climate change is the favorite time of science, as it includes not only global warming, but also the effects of global warming.

Any gas that contains toxic emissions from the Earth’s surface and is recycled is called a greenhouse gas. This gases cause destruction of the ozone layer and include carbon dioxide, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrofluorocarbons, fluorocarbons and chlorofluorocarbons.

Negative effects of climate change –                                                   

Climate change can affect human health in two important ways: first, by changing the severity or severity of health problems already affected by the climate, and, second, by causing health problems in places that have never happened before.

Seasonal effects –

Excessive air intake leads to increased temperatures and higher temperatures. This can interfere with the body’s ability to regulate its temperature. Loss of internal temperature regulation can cause seizures, including seizures, fever, fever and hyperthermia in the case of extreme heat and hypothermia and frost in the presence of extreme cold. High fever also helps to increase the risk of complications such as heart, respiratory, hypertension and diabetes.

People who work outside, are isolated, are economically poor and have chronic illnesses are at risk of heat stroke.

The effects of space –

Climate change also changed the climate, which also affected the amount of space and external pollutants, such as ozone (O3) downstream and particles. Increased levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) also promote plant growth, which in turn releases atmospheres. Increased pollen and long pollen levels can increase the risk of allergies and asthma episodes, which reduces productivity at work and at school. Fresh air, whether indoors or out, can damage the respiratory system and the heart.

Side effects –

Climate change leads to an increased availability and risk of other catastrophic events that can lead to health problems, such as death or injury from events, such as drowning. Health effects can occur before and after a traumatic event, such as people involved in activities such as emergency preparedness and post-traumatic stress that put your health at risk. The magnitude and severity of health problems associated with traumatic events depend on the physical stress that has occurred.

Vector disease –

Infectious diseases are transmitted by vectors, including mosquitoes, ticks and fleas. These vectors can carry pathogens, such as viruses, bacteria and protozoa, which spread from one agent to another. Climate, the spread and spread of vector diseases are strongly influenced by climate. Climate change can have short- and long-term effects on vector-borne diseases and infectious diseases, which affect climate risk and disease for many years.

Water-related diseases –

Climate change is expected to affect water and water resources in order to increase human exposure to waterborne pathogens. Waterborne diseases are also caused by other harmful algae and liquid chemicals that enter the water as a result of human activity. The discovery occurs through ingestion, direct contact with drinks or leisure water and the use of fish and seafood.

Mental health problems –

The health effects of climate change result from minor stressors and suffering from serious health problems, such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal habits. Children, the elderly, women, people with pre-existing psychiatric disorders, financial problems and homelessness are at an increased risk of psychiatric complications.

Food safety effects –

Climate change affects global security, region and region, disrupts food security, food and makes it difficult to use. High CO2 levels can reduce the amount of essential proteins and enzymes during high consumption of crops, including wheat, rice and potatoes, which can affect human health. Malnutrition can disrupt people’s lives.

About Dr. Md. Kafil - Uddin

Short Biography Of The Hon’ble Chairman : Dr. Md. Kafil – Uddin Sarker Akash, Hon’ble Chairman, Bangladesh Preventive Welfare Society of Suicide-Addiction-Narcotics & Pollution(BPWS of SANP), was born on December 31 (Thirty One), 1982 in the Village : Nilam Kharida Sadra, P.O- Vayerhat, P.S- Kaunia, District- Rangpur, Country- Bangladesh. He is the son of Md. Nurul Islam and Most. Noorjahan Begum. Having obtained Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) under University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh and he was enrolled as a Registered Doctor from “ Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council” -(BM&DC) ; And achieved Post-Graduation Degree on Forensic Medicine (D.F.M) ; Under Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University(BSMMU), Bangladesh and Also achieved (M.C.P.S) Membership, From Bangladesh College of Physician & Surgeons -(B.C.P.S). Currently, he is Fellow in Phd Research Program at Institute of Biological Science under University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. He practiced as Reputed Physician and Work as a Autopsy Surgeon through conducted several Post-mortem Examinations and delivered huge expert Medico-Legal Opinion under Court of Law to aid for Administration of Justice. In additionally, he participate in many short and long time training program, Scientific Seminar, Symposium and Obtained many of the Training Certificates. He also conducted and taken Lecture Class in different Medical Colleges of Bangladesh for a longer period of time. Thus, he get opportunity to build intimacy and make friendly relationship among with the huge students and try to understand psychology of different level students. He also build and make intimacy with the huge General Peoples through visited on different region locally, internationally and See how to suffer the peoples due to anxiety, stress, depression, addiction, abuse and dependence, effects of different pollution, contamination and intoxication, harmful effects due to destruction of nature and natural environment, effects of climate change and suffer different health hazards for that reasons etc. Thus, he inspire and encouraged for doing something of the human being, that would be ensure welfare need of the world peoples.

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