Pollution: Air Quality Index in the Extremely Hazardous category. Avoid exercising outdoors

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Pollution: Air Quality Index in the Extremely Hazardous category.  Avoid exercising outdoors

Bahadurgarh. BRG Point is abandoned due to pollution.

Bahadurgarh. BRG Point is abandoned due to pollution.

Bahadurgarh.Given the dangerous levels of air pollution in Delhi-Haryana, experts advise avoiding exercising outdoors and instead working out indoors.On Friday, 458 AQI (air quality index) was recorded in Faridabad, Haryana, 456 in Hisar and 454 in Sonipat. Greater Noida recorded the highest pollution in the country with an AQI of 494. While the air quality index in the national capital Delhi had reached 470 at 3 pm itself.

Yes, the air quality index in many cities of Haryana, including Delhi-NCR, has reached the very dangerous category. In such a situation, doctors and fitness experts advise avoiding running, cycling and roaming around in traffic. According to Deepak Chhillar, founder of Bahadurgarh Runners Group, the level of air pollution is hazardous to health. Excessive air pollution can have many negative effects. Even healthy people should avoid exercising outdoors during such times. Avoid running, jogging, or walking outside in the evening and morning. He said players who don’t want to give up their training should opt for running on the treadmill instead of outdoors. Only exercise outdoors when the air is slightly better. According to Praveen Sangwan, include ginger, lemonade, basil, jaggery and amla, walnuts, etc. in your diet.

Dr. Kiran Chillar also advises consuming jaggery every day. In addition, plants such as areca palm, snake plant, peace lily, spider plant, rubber plant, money plant and aglaonema etc. should be planted indoors. According to Surendra Dalal and Navneet Dalal, indoor games like badminton should be played. Gulab Singh and Naresh Sehrawat recommend practicing yoga and exercising at home. According to Sunil Beniwal, an ID mask should be worn. Naresh Sharma and Badal Tewatia also advise planning indoor training.

AQI situation in Haryana

The AQI in Faridabad was 458, Hisar 456, Sonipat 454, Jind 447, Rohtak 433, Fatehabad 432, Bahadurgarh 404, Ballabhgarh 398, Manesar 372, Gurugram 369, Kaithal 363.

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