Professor Dr. varol: Health problems are increasing as a result of climate change

Mehmet Irunsafaq Taswar / Tekirda 6, (DHA) Head of the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Kamal University (NQU), Tekirada. Dr. Noting that climate change has affected human health, Gamje Varol said, “For example, extreme temperatures are rising. It is very hot during the day and very cold at night. Since our metabolism, our body cannot adapt quickly to these extreme values.” Strokes, severe exposure to cold, and related weather-related events cause problems that affect our lives, “he said.
Head Professor of the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, NKU. Dr. Gamje Varol said climate change has a direct and indirect impact on human health. Mentioning an important problem of climate change, Professor. Dr. “Although this is a very important issue, it is not clear how much we are aware of it, because it has significant effects on both the health of the community and the health of the individual. We can summarize them as direct and indirect. The effects. The direct effects are as follows; With change, because the earth is getting warmer, we call them greenhouse gases because the heat brought to the earth by the sun and to the earth, because of the upper layers, they cannot go up. It collapses, then goes down. It directly affects human health. For example, extreme temperatures are rising. It is very hot during the day and very cold at night. Since our metabolism cannot adapt quickly to these extreme values, our metabolism problems. Are such as heat stroke, severe exposure to cold and related weather events that affect our lives.We are here.Also, if our underlying chronic There are diseases, but it is very difficult for our body to adapt to this extreme temperature. It also exacerbates our underlying health problems, especially the lack of electronics, “he said.
‘Beware of chronic diseases’
To make it clear that people with chronic diseases should be very careful, Varol continued as follows:
“If there is an underlying chronic disease, they prevent the progression of the chronic disease or the continuation of the disease without adversely affecting the person’s life by medication. Therefore, it is necessary to drink plenty of fluids, at work or when wearing comfortable clothing. It is very hot. Not going out during the period can be a unique measure when you are not out. However, there is a lot of work to be done to combat climate change socially. These should be included. Indirect effects The environment we live in is warming. Biodiversity is declining as temperatures rise. Water is getting polluted, soils are becoming saline. Unfortunately, we are waiting for epidemics with negative social effects. So these are significant risks. At the same time, we may be exposed to microorganisms that we do not know at all. These, in turn, could pose significant health risks in the future. Of course, climate change And is highly related to polluted air, which can have health consequences. The health effects of food shortages, the disappearance or depletion of clean water can be attributed to the indirect effects of global warming and climate change. As I said, the methods of struggle may be personal, but I think we should protect our nature, air and water. “
‘Increases skin cancer risk’
Noting that prolonged exposure to the sun increases the risk of skin cancer, says Varol, “Working directly under the sun increases the risk, especially for skin cancer. This is an important issue. So we recommend that those who work. Using sunscreen, hats and goggles. However, we expect cataracts to grow, “he said. (DHA) DHA-General Turkey-Tekirdag Mehmet Irun-Safak Taswar
2022-06-11 11:05:23

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