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Noise pollution is a common issue. Some of us end up living on a busy street, others next to the world’s noisiest neighbour. But not many of us consider how it could be negatively affecting our health. Anything above 55 decibels is classed as noise pollution. And heavy traffic, overcrowded areas, and factories all cross that 55 decibel thresh hold.



Here we’re going to look at how noise pollution can negatively affect your health and day to day life.


Sleep deprivation – Let’s say for example, you spent the evening at a music concert. The noise levels you experience in such an environment are significantly higher than usual, and as a result you may find it difficult to sleep. And lack of sleep can bring about other problems such as stress, anxiety, and mood swings.


Loss of hearing – Probably the most obvious you’re going to find on this list – loss of hearing is a common affect of prolonged exposure to noise pollution. Some studies suggest that eight hours exposed to noises above 85 decibels can cause severe damage to your hearing.


Loss in productivity – We all know that loud noises can be extremely distracting when we’re trying to get something done. There have been countless studies which suggest that noise pollution can affect our cognitive functioning.


You’ll often find this issue in working environments and schools. If you need help controlling sound in your office then get in touch with us here at Acoustic Interiors. We have years of experience helping offices manage sound in their work place.


Communication – Other studies have shown the exposure to noise pollution could potentially weaken our ability to communicate. Symptoms like indecision, stuttering speech, stress, and impatience could be expected.


You don’t have to put up with noisy neighbours, and you certainly don’t have to move out. You just need help managing and controlling the noise pollution that’s affecting you. At Acoustic Interiors we can help you do that. Using a number of innovative techniques we can make your home, office, or premises sound-safe. 



  • 70% of workers say they would be more productive in a less noisy environment
  • 72% of workers are dissatisfied with their speech privacy
  • 64% of workers are interrupted more than 20 times per day


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