SOS Presentation to County Health Departments

Presentation given to the Orleans and Niagara County Board of Health Officials

WHO guidelines indicate that low noise levels at night that result in sleep disturbance harm human health

Specifically by causing “difficulty in falling asleep; awakenings and alterations of sleep stages or depth; increased blood pressure, heart rate and finger pulse amplitude; vasoconstriction; changes in respiration; cardiac arrhythmia; and increased body movements….

The secondary, or after-effects, the following morning or day(s) are: reduced perceived sleep quality; increased fatigue; depressed mood or well-being; and decreased performance.”

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