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Not at the present time. In the past, EPA stated that noise levels identified to protect against hearing loss should be sufficient to protect against the nonauditory effects of noise. However, growing evidence suggests that this assumption needs to be tested through research. The extent to which noise may contribute to the prevalence of hypertension and other cardiovascular disorders points to an important public health concern.
Heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the United States for the past several decades, accounting for almost 50 percent of the deaths in this country. Hypertension is the most common of all cardiovascular diseases, and it is estimated that from 23 to 60 million Americans, depending on the criteria used for defining hypertension and the age groups included, have hypertension.
Hypertension is a factor contributing to the death of at leastAmericans each year. Is there credible scientific evidence which suggests that noise-induced stress is related to hypertension and cardiovascular disease? It has long been known that noise is capable of producing short term systemic stress reactions in animals and humans.
The major question concerns the extent to which these reactions, if repeatedly elicited, translate into health problems.
More than 40, mostly foreign, retrospective epidemiological studies have been done assessing the cardiovascular effects of occupational noise. Field studies have also been conducted on various other groups - people living near airports, and school children exposed to traffic noise - showing that there may be some risk for these people.
It should be noted that in field studies, while noise may be the major variable between test and control groups, noise cannot be singled out as the only cause of stress effects. Attention has to be paid to the type of work being done, other noxious environmental conditions, and the physical and emotional health of the subjects.
Several correlational field studies have examined health outcomes as a function of exposure to varying levels of traffic and aircraft noise.Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a broad term for any drinking of alcohol that results in mental or physical health problems.
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