Category: Environment & Ecology
Title : Pollution
Disturbing or excessive noise is described as noise pollution. It’s a loud non-harmonious vibrations that are unpleasant to hear. Usually sound measured in decibels (dB) and there is a decibel scale to measure noise pollution and its levels. Upto 20 dB is considered as whisper, 40 dB quiet office, 60 dB normal conversation, 80 dB is considered as noise pollution on decibel scale
Noise pollution is having too many ill-effects on life. It may cause fatigue, permanent deafness, it may develop crack in physical buildings, abortions in pregnant women and prolonged exposure may lead to mental disorders.
It’s better to control noise pollution and we can control noise pollution by isolating noise and noise sources. At the individual level we should reduce volume to reduce noise pollution.
Consider the following
- Mental disorders
Which of the following are the ill effects of Noise pollution?
- A) 2 only
- B) 1,2 only
- C) 1,3 only
- D) All of the above