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Is the noise of modern life making you ill? Ultrasound in public places could be triggering sickness, headaches and pain
- Scientists took measurements of ultrasound in a range of public locations
- The noise is beyond range of human hearing but may still affect health
- The most common public places of exposure to ultrasound are libraries, swimming pools, train stations, museums and even schools
- They say more evidence is needed before controls can be put in to place
Scientists say that a boom in public announcement systems, loudspeakers and automatic doors may be spawning an epidemic of ultrasonic sickness.
Even electronic devices designed to scare away mice and cats could be triggering symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, and tiredness, stomach pain, headaches and headaches.
The symptoms of ultrasonic sickness have traditionally been associated with workers using heavy-duty drills, welding tools and other industrial equipment.
A growing number of people are reported to be suffering from a condition called ultrasound sickness and researchers believe this may be due to a boom in the number of loudspeakers, automatic doors and electronic devices in out every day lives (stock image of a man holding his ears is pictured)
However, Southampton University researchers say that modern technology means that growing numbers of us are surrounded by ultrasound pollution in our everyday lives.