Noise Pollution

Noise Pollution, generally affects both health & behaviour. Unwanted sound or noise can damage psychological health. It can cause several harmful effects like: hypertension, high stress levels, hearing loss, and sleep disturbance. High noise levels can contribute to cardiovascular effects in humans and an increased incidence of many coronary artery diseases, so noise pollution has become a serious problem of human health. The sound comes under noise pollution makes the mind turbulent or restless. The United Nation consider the sound of  45 decibels ideal for cities, but measurement of sound in most big cities exceeds 90 decibels.

  • Sources of Noise Pollution
  • Noise Mitigation
  • Health Impacts
  • Regulation of Noise Pollution

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