The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (2020) talks about how individuals can experience heart issues because of their mental health problems in, “Heart Disease and Mental Health Disorders | cdc.gov.”
The other complication: There is the potential that a heart issue can decrease the necessary supply of oxygen the heart is required to send to the brain.
Centers For Disease Control And Prevention. (2020). Heart Disease And Mental Health Disorders. Retrieved From Heart Disease and Mental Health Disorders | cdc.gov
A person with two competing thoughts that cause psychological distress is an informal definition of cognitive dissonance.
The more formal definition, per Sarkis (2017) is: “Cognitive dissonance is the feeling that something is not sitting right with you”, and “…having contradictory beliefs.”
Cognitive Dissonance. When You Are Confronted With Opposing Information, Your Brain Resists (Sarkis, 2017) has advice in combating that emotional discomfort that can create anxiety.
Sarkis, S. A., Ph.D. (2017). Cognitive Dissonance. When You Are Confronted With Opposing Information, Your Brain Resists. Retrieved From https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201709/cognitive-dissonance
Noise pollution (aka sound pollution) is defined as harmful environmental noises (i.e., construction equipment, lawn mowers, living near industrial areas, airports, freeways, railway systems etc.).
The following are consequences from noise pollution:
Children (more vulnerable because of developing organs)
- Ignoring teachers in classroom because they’re conditioned to ignore sounds
- Hearing Loss
- Stunted reading and language skills
- Elevated stress levels
- Elevated blood pressure levels
- Abnormal menstruation cycles
- Abnormal embryos
- Premature births
Men and Women
- Psychological difficulties
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Blurred vision
- Hearing loss