Aircraft noise can cause cardiovascular diseases, says research
Studies have shown that long-term exposure to aircraft noise can cause cardiovascular diseases.
Researchers have found that this is caused due to an enzyme located in the inflammatory cells of the body.
The information also reveals that the removal of the enzyme phagocytic NADPH oxidase can result in a complete prevention of cardiovascular damage.
This particular enzyme is located mainly in inflammatory cells and thus its removal brings relief from negative effects of the aircraft noise on health.
Aircrafts produce very loud noise which has been found to harm the functions of the brain as well. In the long run, brain functions are impaired and sleep is also disturbed.
This is particularly harmful for people who come in regular contact with airplanes and the noise they produce.