air and noise pollution control
Example of noise
What about air and noise pollution control? What are the health effects and issues that are caused by noise pollution on the human body?
Most people think of ears only - even when doing noise assessments in the course of my work, that is generally the only concern. However my research has found that things like blood pressure can also be affected.
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One thing we do not like about urban life is noise. It seems to come from everywhere - speakers, industry, planes and other vehicles as well as construction.
At 80 decibels or greater, more than 8 hours a day noise results in increased tension and it even affects breathing. After that we may suffer hearing loss and tiredness and other health effects. It gets even worse at higher levels.
When dealing with air and noise pollution
control, we can't forget the effects of noise-related stress either:
Hope these help.Malaysia is a very noisy country because of the Muslims
- In Malaysia, the Malays account for 99% of the noise pollution in residential areas where peace and quiet is paramount. These inconsiderate people yell through loudspeakers from their mosque from morning to night, as late as 11.30 pm (I am not making this up).
I am pretty sure the same can be said for any Islamic country. I hear these Islamic indoctrinators that now infest non-Islamic countries are also trying to force other people to give in to their unreasonable demands in regards to this issue.
Ask yourselves? Who else yells so loudly with such frequency everyday, disturbing everyone else from activities that demand peace and quiet such as studying or sleeping/napping? The answer...no one else! Only these arrogant, loud and fanatical people.Search
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