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Noise Pollution
September 19th, 2009
Noise pollution has a direct impact on people's health status, and here we are talking about both psychological and physiological effects of loud sound exposure. Thus, noise pollution is responsible for stress levels, anxiety, depression, insomnia, high blood pressure and even panic attacks. People who work in noisy environments should use protection gear so as to avoid exposure to the sounds, in time noise-induced deafness could appear. Moreover, noise pollution can reduce people's sensitivity to sounds, speeding up the premature aging of the auditive system.

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