Extreme weather changes or also known as globalization have an impact on human health. It is generally known that climate change will only impact the environment and nature. It turns out that drastically changing weather conditions can affect the human condition both physically and non-physically. Here are some examples of the effects of climate change on human health.
Excessive Hot Weather Can Trigger Heart Disease
Air temperatures that increase significantly can affect heart health conditions. And if a person is dehydrated and exposed to extreme heat, it can potentially trigger damage to the brain. This can certainly also affect human behavior.
Climate Change Accelerates the Growth of Water-Related Diseases
In several developing countries, high rainfall can threaten the supply of clean water and increase the risk of diseases such as acute dehydration and diarrhea for example. Even though every year diarrheal disease is recorded as causing death in approximately 760,000 …Read more →