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Health effects of noise pollution – 2022

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Health effects of noise pollution

Noise pollution also affects wildlife, reducing their ability to reproduce and communicate effectively. It can also cause animals to lose their natural habitats.

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Health effects of noise pollution

Noise pollution also affects wildlife, reducing their ability to reproduce and communicate effectively. It can also cause animals to lose their natural habitats.

The best way to reduce noise pollution is to understand what causes it. Many people do not realize that the noise they make in their daily lives contributes to noise pollution. Noise reduction measures include turning off car stereos and not revving engines unnecessarily, lowering music volume, avoiding honking car horns, and keeping dogs from barking excessively.

Industries that create a lot of noise pollution should be located in remote areas where fewer people are affected by the sounds.

Some cities have laws against excessive noise or have quiet zones that prohibit unnecessary loud or continuous noises at certain times of day or night.

According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidelines for community noise, the sound level for outdoor areas should not exceed 55 decibels (dBA) during the day or 45 dBA at night. For indoor areas such as schools and hospitals, the guidelines recommend a maximum sound level of 35 dBA during the day and 30 dBA at night. These guidelines are based on studies that show adverse health effects from exposure to loud noises over prolonged periods of time.

Children seem to be more sensitive to noise than adults. For example, a baby sleeping in his crib will wake up when the garbage truck comes by at 6am. However, if you ask an adult why they woke up that morning, they wouldn’t say it was because of the noise. The baby will likely cry or become fussy and lose sleep; the adult will just roll over and go back to sleep.

Noise pollution has been linked to learning problems in children as well. This isn’t surprising given that hearing is one of our most important senses when it comes to learning new things. It allows us to understand speech and follow instructions from teachers in school. Noise pollution interferes with our ability to hear clearly and without distractions, which makes it difficult for us to learn new things and retain information.

 

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    Rather WHO

    • 9 months ago

    Why can WHO call out Russia but not China? What’s the difference?

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