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When does sound becomes noise?
Some sounds can distract us or break our
concentration level. When this happens that sound
...
What is noise pollution?
Noise pollution is disturbing or excessive noise that
may harm the activity or balance of human o...
How noise pollution affects YOU?
Noise plays a significant role in the development of
cardiovascular disease in urban area...
Effects of noise pollution?
 Stress
 Sleeplessness
 Hearing problems/deafness
 Fatigue
 Poor concentration level
 Pr...
Who is most at risk?
People who live near 24-hours businesses, like
airports, subways, and train stations all have the
ris...
Prevention/Measures to be taken
Its not always possible to eliminate noise pollution. There are
some techniques to help cu...
THANK YOU!
 Made by AAYUSH GALA
ISHAAN MAHADIK
KRISH MEHTA
SHIVAI VAKADE
SRUSHTI MUSLUNKAR
VANSH DALAL
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This is the ppt we made as a part of our GP project on Noise Pollution. Our teacher loved it a lot.
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  1. 1. When does sound becomes noise? Some sounds can distract us or break our concentration level. When this happens that sound becomes an unwanted noise. It is not the pitch or the loudness that makes the sound annoying. Sometimes it’s the repetitive nature of the sound or our inability to control it and this makes the sound annoying. Car alarms and the barking of dogs are a good example
  2. 2. What is noise pollution? Noise pollution is disturbing or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused by machines and transportation systems, motor vehicles, aircrafts, and trains. Poor urban planning may give rise to noise pollution, also side-by-side industrial and residential buildings can result in noise pollution in the residential areas.
  3. 3. How noise pollution affects YOU? Noise plays a significant role in the development of cardiovascular disease in urban areas, increasing certain contributors to conditions like atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries.  About 3 percent of coronary heart disease deaths could be attributed to noise pollution.  Noise pollution can affect more than just our ears, impacting sleep patterns, causing headaches, high blood pressure, stroke and even heart failure.  Non-auditory effect may be psychological changes in human beings.  Annoying, disruptive to your emotional state  Can affect animals and the environment.
  4. 4. Effects of noise pollution?  Stress  Sleeplessness  Hearing problems/deafness  Fatigue  Poor concentration level  Productivity loss in the work place  Loss of psychology well-being
  5. 5. Who is most at risk? People who live near 24-hours businesses, like airports, subways, and train stations all have the risk of the development of noise-related cardiovascular disease. While an 8 percent TAC score increase may not sound like much, that number can translate into a significant risk factor for certain people.
  6. 6. Prevention/Measures to be taken Its not always possible to eliminate noise pollution. There are some techniques to help cut on unnecessary sound.  Plant some trees: Sound travels in waves, so the more obstacles it must travel through, the less will reach your ears.  Control what you can: Instead of covering over sound with more sound, keep music and television noise as low as possible.  Use what you can to sound proof your home  Do not use car horns unnecessarily.  Wear noise cancelling head phones if you work in a loud environment.
  7. 7. THANK YOU!  Made by AAYUSH GALA ISHAAN MAHADIK KRISH MEHTA SHIVAI VAKADE SRUSHTI MUSLUNKAR VANSH DALAL
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