i)Human beings inhell the OXYGEN and releases the CARBON DIOXIDE .
ii)IN AIR lot of gases are available for example nitrogen oxygen, carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide
iii)The vehicles are releasing carbon mono oxide
this carbon mono oxide very dangerous for breathing
If you light fire in a charcoal burner in your room and have all the windows closed, then you can die a peaceful death. When charcoal burns in absence of enough oxygen, it produces carbon dioxide that builds up inside your room.
You will die because your red blood cells will pick up carbon monoxide quicker than they’l pick up oxygen. When there is a lot of carbon monoxide in the air, your body will replace oxygen in blood with carbon monoxide. This will in return block oxygen from getting into your body and as such your tissues will be damaged and you will die a painless death.
Take care of yourself especially when the weather is cold.
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