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Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Wind Farms Cause Sleep Loss, Stress and Anxiety

Living near wind turbines can cause stress, anxiety and sleep loss, a government report has admitted.

The report, commissioned by the former Department for Energy and Climate Change last year, found a “clear link” between the amount of noise emitted by a wind farm and the irritation nearby residents experience.

If turbines exceed 40 decibels, there is an “increased risk” of sleep deprivation, thus in turn leading to stress and anxiety.

However, the sleeplessness was caused more by the frustration evoked from living near a loud wind turbine than the turbine itself, the report added.

It recommends that “excessive” noise should be curbed, citing the possibility of modifying turbine blades to stop disturbances.

However, it is not just noise that causes irritation..

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just because you can't hear it doesn't mean it isn't there and can't hurt you. U.S. and foreign military PsyOps have been using low frequency transmission for decades to create confusion and ills their enemies.

Anonymous said...

Wind turbines should not be constructed within a mile of humans because the infrasound travels through the air and ground. Vibrations for 400' machines can be measured as far as 7 miles away. And its not just humans, earth worms are the first to disappear.
When placed offshore, pods of whales have beached themselves and porpoises die.

Anonymous said...

Somerset County Commissioners were supporting the placement of 30 670' turbines throughout 1,000' from residences. This would have destroyed property values and the quality of life for residents.

Somerset Commissioners are still working with the company, and once again, Somerset residents will pay the price. The rural landscape, long used as farming is being transformed into industrial solar fields with their efforts to procure more than 1100 acres that will now be surrounded by barbed wire fencing in residential neighborhoods.

Anonymous said...

8:43 yeah, and I am exposed to your conspiracy theory "low frequency transmissions" every morning. It's called the radio you nut. The UV exposure you get from spending a day in the sun is more damaging.

Anonymous said...

It's sorta like living in Baltimore city.

Anonymous said...

Infrasound is the force of sound. This is proven science.