physical effect of noise pollution

Changes in the immune system and birth defects have been also attributed to noise exposure

Noise exposure also has been known to induce tinnitus, hypertension, vasoconstriction, and
other cardiovascular adverse effects

noise levels of 50 dB(A) at night may also increase the risk of myocardial infarction by chronically
elevating cortisolproduction

Other effects of high noise levels are increased frequency of headaches, fatigue, stomach ulcers,
and vertigo

Psychological effects –temporary effects such as deterioration in concentration and mental
disorientation at high noise level, more load reduces- • Working efficiency • Interfere for
communication • Increase the frequency may accident • Reduce mental capability • Emotional
stability • Contribute to distress • Emotional disturbance • Aggressive any existing psychological
condition • Mental illness