MEDICAL JOURNALS


NOISE POLLUTION:A MODERN PLAGUE [Journal]
Serious impact of noise pollution on sleep, concentration, communication, recreation and overall health of an individual. Also, its impact on social and economic life.
Article by Lisa et all, Southern Medical journal: 3 March 2007,volume 100[3]
www.medscape.com

TRAFFIC NOISE LEADS TO HEART ATTACKS
www.livescience.com
“ The louder the traffic hear people’s homes, the quarter their risk of heart attack a new study from Denmark says. We think traffic noise during the night is especially dangerous” the risk of heat attack increased 12% after conducting study in more than 50,000 participants.

TRAFFIC NOISE LEADS TO HEART ATTACK AND STROKE
[METRO NEWS 22/AUG/2007 from WHO and BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION]
“Traffic noise alone may account for 3%of death from heart attacks and stroke”
Road traffic Noise may increase Diabetes risk
(Environmental health perspectives)
“Investigators conclude that reducing urban noise could improve population health, specially reduce risk of Diabetes.”
Noise pollution leads to mental illness.

British Medical Bulletin 2003
“Noise exposure creates annoyance which them leads on to more serious psychological effects. Symptoms reported after exposure to high noise levels include argumentativeness and changes in mood and anxiety - fear and belief that one is being avoidably harmed “.