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The jackhammer outside the window, the honking horns — for many of us, loud noise can be a source of stress or a frequent annoyance.

Heavy road traffic, loud office conversations, live music concerts, noise from construction sites or even loud telephones can cause generalized discomfort, difficulty sleeping and irritation.

Now, new research suggests that such noises might be linked to an increase in your risk of heart disease.

A new study released today in the Journal of The American College of Cardiology shows that noise pollution may have a significant impact on cardiovascular health.

https://abcnews.go.com/Health/everyday-noises-increased-risk-heart-disease-experts/story?id=52858912