Annoyance, Sleep and Concentration Problems due to Combined Traffic Noise and the Benefit of Quiet Side

@inproceedings{Bodin2015AnnoyanceSA,
  title={Annoyance, Sleep and Concentration Problems due to Combined Traffic Noise and the Benefit of Quiet Side },
  author={Theo Bodin and Jonas Bj{\"o}rk and Jonas Ard{\"o} and Maria Albin},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Access to a quiet side in one's dwelling is thought to compensate for higher noise levels at the most exposed façade. It has also been indicated that noise from combined traffic sources causes more noise annoyance than equal average levels from either road traffic or railway noise separately. METHODS 2612 persons in Malmö, Sweden, answered to a residential environment survey including questions on outdoor environment, noise sensitivity, noise annoyance, sleep quality and… CONTINUE READING

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