MADRID, Spain.- Long-term exposure to road traffic, Increased risk of obesity.
This was demonstrated by the results of a study by the Barcelona Global Health Institute (ISGlobal), a center supported by the m La Caixa Bu Banking Foundation. The research was published in Journal International.
According to the Vanguardia newspaper, the study aimed to compare the results of previous studies that were previously shown. relationships between traffic noise and various obesity markers.
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For this, there were 3,796 adults who participated in the SAPALDIA Swiss cohort and had two follow-up visits between 2001 and 2011. The study was based on objective criteria such as weight, height, body mass index. , waist circumference and percentage of each participant's belly fat. These data are combined with noise exposure estimates produced by means of transport developed within the framework of the Swiss project SiRENE.
"Our analysis, more people exposed to noise Road traffic has a higher risk of obesity. For example, we observed that a 10 dB increase in the average noise that participants were exposed to resulted in 17% more obesity, Örneğin he says. Maria Foraster, ISGlobal researcher and the first author of the study.
The study also examined the exposure to noise from air and rail traffic without having a significant relationship, except for prolonged exposure to the noise from railway traffic. yes it was associated with the risk of being overweightbut not obesity.
The methodological design predicted that the data should be approached from two different approaches: a cross-approach allowed the analysis of the participant population at a certain time of study and the examination of various objective measures, while the longitudinal perspective evaluated the evolution of the risk of obesity. examined as a whole. In both cases, the associations found in terms of traffic noise were consistent. It wasn't like that when you were overweightIt was only related to exposure to traffic noise in the cross-sectional analysis. No longitudinal relationship between noise and body mass index was observed in longitudinal analysis.