New Delhi (EMS). Noise pollution not only damages the ears but it will also increase the blood pressure meter of your body. This has come to light not by us but by a research. According to research, sounds emanating from traffic increase blood pressure. According to the study, beeping sounds on the road, emergency sirens and noise from vehicle engines are directly related to high blood pressure.
According to the Global Diabetes Community, Professor Jing Huang, the lead researcher of the study, said that we all know that excessive noise affects the eardrum, but it sounds a bit strange that the noise emanating from traffic increases blood pressure. Is. He said that of course people control the sound pollution in their homes but if your house is near crowded traffic then it increases the risk of high blood pressure. This increases the risk of many heart related diseases.
In this study, health data of 2.40 lakh middle-aged people was analyzed. These data were studied in depth. The analysis found that people who lived near very busy roads or traffic had a higher incidence of high blood pressure than those who lived in quieter areas. The study found that people who lived in high-traffic areas and were more exposed to air pollution had a higher risk of hypertension. Professor Jing Huang said that most people are exposed to both these types of hazards, especially urban people. In such a situation, it is very important for us to recognize these dangers. The study also found that people who lived in quiet areas had a lower risk of increased blood pressure than those who lived in noisy areas. Professor Jing Huang said that this study is probably the first attempt with such a large sample.