Noise Linked with Heart Disease

by | Feb 27, 2019 | Blog

Because heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, it is important to adopt measures that help prevent heart attacks. Aside from quitting smoking, lowering cholesterol, controlling high blood pressure, maintaining a healthy weight, and exercising, avoiding noise may also help maintain a healthy heart. According to a recent study of 499 individuals who were free from cardiovascular disease and cancer at the study’s start, exposure to a high level of noise on a regular basis can inflict significant damage on the cardiovascular system. Researchers found that noise exposure caused elevated stress in the brain that can lead to inflammation in the blood vessels, which results in heart attack and stroke.

BETTER HEARING CENTER brings you this column on hearing healthcare and its impact on the entire body in order to better educate our readers on the importance and benefits of taking care of their hearing, thus enhancing their quality of life. If you or a family member seems to be experiencing hearing difficulties, we welcome your call. We offer comprehensive services by a skilled and specially trained clinical audiologist including hearing tests and evaluations, individualized hearing instrument fittings, and follow-up care. We are New Hampshire’s premier hearing care provider.

P.S. It makes sense to carry around a pair of ear plugs that can be inserted whenever
ambient noise rises to a dangerous level.