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Transportation noise, annoyance, sleep and cardiometabolic risk: an integrated approach on short- and long-term effects

Titel Englisch Transportation noise, annoyance, sleep and cardiometabolic risk: an integrated approach on short- and long-term effects
Gesuchsteller/in Röösli Martin
Nummer 147635
Förderungsinstrument Sinergia
Forschungseinrichtung Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute Medical Services and Diagnostic Universität Basel
Hochschule Universität Basel – BS
Hauptdisziplin Methoden der Epidemiologie und der Präventivmedizi
Beginn/Ende 01.01.2014 - 31.12.2017
Bewilligter Betrag 1'500'000.00
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Disziplin
Methoden der Epidemiologie und der Präventivmedizi
Umweltforschung

Keywords (12)

noise annoyance; human experiment; aircraft noise; epidemiology; sleep; transportation noise; cardiovascular diseases; railway noise; noise modeling; road traffic noise; metabolic syndrome; acoustics

Lay Summary (Deutsch)

Lead
Das Hauptziel dieser interdisziplinären Studie ist die Untersuchung von akuten, kurz- und langfristigen Auswirkungen von Strassen-, Schienen- und Flugverkehrslärm auf die Belästigung, den Schlaf und die kardiometabolische Gesundheit. Dabei wird im Schlaflabor, mittels Befragungen und in epidemiologischen Studien vertieft evaluiert, welche Rolle dabei die Lärmcharakteristika und Persönlichkeitsmerkmale wie Lärmsensitivität oder genetische Prädisposition spielen.
Lay summary

Ziele: Das Hauptziel der Studie ist die Untersuchung von akuten, kurz- und langfristigen Auswirkungen von Strassen-, Schienen- und Flugverkehrslärm auf die Belästigung, den Schlaf und die kardiometabolische Gesundheit. Insbesondere wird evaluiert welche Lärmcharakteristika für Schlafstörungen und langfristige gesundheitliche Auswirkungen bedeutsam sind. Weiter wird auch erforscht, welche Rollen die Lärmsensitivität, genetische Prädispositionen und andere Persönlichkeitsmerkmale spielen.

Methode: Die Lärmbelastung durch Strassen-, Schienen und Luftverkehr wird für die gesamte Schweizer Bevölkerung modelliert. Neben der Höhe der Belastung werden dabei auch andere Charakteristika berücksichtigt wie die tageszeitliche Verteilung oder die Ereignishaftigkeit der Lärmbelastung. Im Schlaflabor werden Probanden während einer Woche zufällig verschiedenen Lärmszenarien ausgesetzt und Effekte auf den Schlaf, kardiometabolische Parameter und kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit am Folgetag analysiert. In einer repräsentativen Bevölkerungserhebung wird evaluiert, wie stark die Verkehrslärmbelästigung im Alltag ist und wie damit umgegangen wird. In zwei grossen laufenden epidemiologischen Studien (SAPALDIA Biobank und Schweizer Nationale Kohortenstudie) wird unter Berücksichtigung von Biomarkern und anderen Faktoren wie Luftbelastung untersucht wie sich die Lärmbelastung zu Hause langfristig auf die kardiometabolische Gesundheit auswirkt.

Signifikanz: Eine besondere Stärke dieser interdisziplinären Studie ist die Kombination von experimentellen und epidemiologischen Forschungsmethoden, zur Erforschung der Wechselwirkungen von akuten, kurz- und langfristigen Auswirkungen. Für Strassen-, Schienen- und Luftverkehrslärm werden Expositions-Wirkungsbeziehungen hergeleitet und dabei verschiedene Charakteristika des Lärms mitberücksichtig. Damit kann das Gesundheitsrisiko der Lärmbelastung besser verstanden werden, was für eine adäquate Regulierung der Lärmbelastung relevant ist.

Direktlink auf Lay Summary Letzte Aktualisierung: 11.11.2013

Lay Summary (Englisch)

Lead
The overall goal of this interdisciplinary study is to investigate acute, short- and long-term effects of road, railway and aircraft noise exposure on annoyance, sleep disturbances and cardiometabolic risk. Noise exposure patterns that most strongly affect individuals are identified by means of sleep experiments, surveys and epidemiological research. In addition, the role of individual characteristics such as age and gender, noise sensitivity and genetic predispositions will be elucidated.
Lay summary

Aims: The overall goal of this project is to investigate acute, short- and long-term effects of road, railway and aircraft noise exposure on annoyance, sleep disturbances and cardiometabolic risk. The project aims at identifying noise exposure patterns that most strongly affect individuals during sleep and thus may ultimately result in long-term health consequences.

Methods: A nationwide assessment of road, railway and aircraft noise exposure will be conducted. In addition to average exposure, exposure modelling will be considerably refined to reflect additional exposure characteristics such as the degree of intermittence of noise events or the diurnal distribution of noise. During a one-week period in the sleep-laboratory, volunteers will be randomly exposed to different noise scenarios and effects on sleep as well as cardiometabolic parameters and subsequent cognitive performance will be investigated. Noise annoyance and coping responses in the Swiss population will be evaluated via a representative survey. Taking into account biomarkers and other factors including air pollution, data from two large on-going epidemiological studies (SAPALDIA Biobank and Swiss National Cohort) will be used to explore the exposure-response association for the various traffic noise sources and cardiometabolic morbidity and mortality.

Significance: A key asset of this interdisciplinary study is the mutual combination of human experimental and epidemiological research to address acute, short- and long-term noise effects on sleep and cardiometabolic outcomes. Source-specific exposure-response functions will be determined giving due consideration to the acoustical characteristics of noise, such as the distribution of noise events during the night. This contribution to the understanding of health risks, especially for urban dwellers, and is highly relevant for regulating environmental noise.

Direktlink auf Lay Summary Letzte Aktualisierung: 11.11.2013

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Publikationen

Publikation
Effects of Scale, Question Location, Order of Response Alternatives, and Season on Self-Reported Noise Annoyance Using ICBEN Scales: A Field Experiment.
Brink Mark, Schreckenberg Dirk, Vienneau Danielle, Cajochen Christian, Wunderli Jean-Marc, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin (2016), Effects of Scale, Question Location, Order of Response Alternatives, and Season on Self-Reported Noise Annoyance Using ICBEN Scales: A Field Experiment., in International journal of environmental research and public health, 13(11), 1-19.
Long-term transportation noise annoyance is associated with subsequent lower levels of physical activity.
Foraster Maria, Eze Ikenna C, Vienneau Danielle, Brink Mark, Cajochen Christian, Caviezel Seraina, Héritier Harris, Schaffner Emmanuel, Schindler Christian, Wanner Miriam, Wunderli Jean-Marc, Röösli Martin, Probst-Hensch Nicole (2016), Long-term transportation noise annoyance is associated with subsequent lower levels of physical activity., in Environment international, 91, 341-9.
The relationship between transportation noise exposure and ischemic heart disease: A meta-analysis
Vienneau Danielle, Schindler Christian, Perez Laura, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin (2015), The relationship between transportation noise exposure and ischemic heart disease: A meta-analysis, in Environmental Research, 138, 372-380.
SiRENE - an interdisciplinary study on the health effects of transportation noise exposure: noise calculation solutions on the example of air traffic
Karipidis Ioannis, Köpfli Mischa, Vienneau Danielle, Brink Mark, Cajochen Christian, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin, Schäffer Beat, Wunderli Jean-Marc (2014), SiRENE - an interdisciplinary study on the health effects of transportation noise exposure: noise calculation solutions on the example of air traffic, Forum Acusticum, Krakau.
The association between road traffic noise exposure, annoyance and health-related quality of life (HRQOL)
Héritier Harris, Vienneau Danielle, Frei Patricia, Eze Ikenna, Brink Mark, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin (2014), The association between road traffic noise exposure, annoyance and health-related quality of life (HRQOL), in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11, 12652-12667.
Years of life lost and morbidity cases attributable to transportation noise and air pollution: A comparative health risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010
Vienneau Danielle, Perez Laura, Schindler Christian, Lieb Christoph, Sommer Heini, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Künzli Nino, Röösli Martin (2014), Years of life lost and morbidity cases attributable to transportation noise and air pollution: A comparative health risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010, in International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 218(6), 514-521.
Intermittency ratio: A metric reflecting short-term temporal variations of transportation noise exposure
Wunderli Jean Marc, Pieren Reto, Habermacher Manuel, Vienneau Danielle, Cajochen Christian, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin, Brink Mark, Intermittency ratio: A metric reflecting short-term temporal variations of transportation noise exposure, in Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology.
Long-term exposure to transportation noise and air pollution in relation to incident diabetes in the SAPALDIA study
Eze I.C., Foraster M., Schaffner E., Vienneau D., Héritier H., Rudzik F., Thiesse L., Pieren R, Imboden M., von Eckardstein A., Schindler C., Brink M., Cajochen C., Wunderli J.M., Röösli M., Probst-Hensch N., Long-term exposure to transportation noise and air pollution in relation to incident diabetes in the SAPALDIA study, in International Journal of Epidemiology, in press.
Reconstruction of historical noise exposure data for environmental epidemiology in Switzerland within the SiRENE project
Karipidis Ioannis, Vienneau Danielle, Habermacher Manuel, Köpfli Mischa, Brink Mark, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Röösli Martin, Wunderlin Jean-Marc, Reconstruction of historical noise exposure data for environmental epidemiology in Switzerland within the SiRENE project, in Noise Mapping, 1, 3-14.
Transportation noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality: a nationwide cohort study from Switzerland.
Héritier H., Vienneau D., Foraster M., Eze I.C., Schaffner E., Thiesse L., Rudzik F., Habermacher M., Köpfli M., Pieren R., Brink M., Cajochen C., Wunderli J.M., Probst-Hensch N., Röösli M. for the SNC study group, Transportation noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality: a nationwide cohort study from Switzerland., in European Journal of Epidemiology, in press.

Zusammenarbeit

Gruppe / Person Land
Formen der Zusammenarbeit
Division des Maladies Chroniques, IUSMP, CHUV Schweiz (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Publikation
Institut für Sozial- und Präventivmedizin, Bern Schweiz (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Forschungsinfrastrukturen
SBB Schweiz (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Forschungsinfrastrukturen
Colaus Schweiz (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Publikation
- Forschungsinfrastrukturen
Fachhochschule St. Gallen Schweiz (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
University of Lyon Frankreich (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
Université Libre, Brussels, Belgien (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Publikation

Wissenschaftliche Veranstaltungen

Aktiver Beitrag

Titel Art des Beitrags Titel des Artikels oder Beitrages Datum Ort Beteiligte Personen
European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Short-term effect of nocturnal transportation noise on glucose metabolism. 13.09.2016 Bologna, Italien Thiesse Laurie;
ISEE Conference Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Source-specific transportation noise mortality from heart failure and myocardial infarction in Switzerland. 01.09.2016 Rome, Italien Vienneau Danielle;
ISEE Conference Poster Relationship between long-term residential noise characteristics and incident diabetes in the SAPALDIA study 01.09.2016 Rome, Italien Eze Ikenna;
INTER-NOISE 2016 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Do short-term temporal variations of noise exposure explain variance of noise annoyance? 21.08.2016 Hamburg, Deutschland Wunderli Jean Marc;
INTER-NOISE 2016 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Source-specific transportation noise mortality from heart failure and myocardial infarction in Switzerland. 21.08.2016 Hamburg, Deutschland Héritier Harris;
INTER-NOISE 2016 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Effects of continuous and intermittent transportation noise on sleep fragmentation. 21.08.2016 Hamburg, Deutschland Rudzik Franziska;
INTER-NOISE 2016 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Parameter study on IR, a metric reflecting short-term temporal variations of transportation noise exposure 21.08.2016 Hamburg, Deutschland Wunderli Jean Marc;
INTER-NOISE 2016 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Short-term effect of nocturnal transportation noise on glucose metabolism. 21.08.2016 Hamburg, Deutschland Thiesse Laurie;
Society for Research on Biological Rhythms (SRBR). Tampa Poster Short-term effect of nocturnal transportation noise on glucose metabolism. 21.05.2016 Tampa, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Thiesse Laurie;
Jahrestagung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung, Schlafmedizin und Chronobiologie (SSSSC). Poster Short-term effect of nocturnal transportation noise on glucose metabolism. 28.04.2016 Basel, Schweiz Thiesse Laurie;
Jahrestagung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung, Schlafmedizin und Chronobiologie (SSSSC). Poster Effects of continuous and intermittent transportation noise on sleep fragmentation. 28.04.2016 Basel, Schweiz Rudzik Franziska;
ISEE Young Researcher’s Conference 2015 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Source-specific traffic noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality in Switzerland 02.11.2015 Utrecht, Niederlande Vienneau Danielle; Héritier Harris;
Swiss Public Health Conference 2015 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Source-specific traffic noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality in Switzerland 17.09.2015 Geneva, Schweiz Röösli Martin; Héritier Harris;
ISEE conference: International Society for Environmental Epidemiology Poster Source-specific traffic noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality in Switzerland 31.08.2015 Sao Paolo, Brasilien Vienneau Danielle;
Euronoise Conference 2015 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Annoyance to transportation noise and risk of physical inactivity 31.05.2015 Maastricht, Niederlande Héritier Harris; Vienneau Danielle; Foraster Pulido Maria;
Euronoise Conference 2015 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Source-specific traffic noise exposure and cardiovascular mortality in Switzerland 31.05.2015 Maastricht NL, Niederlande Héritier Harris; Vienneau Danielle; Wunderli Jean Marc; Foraster Pulido Maria;
ISEE Europe Young Researchers Conference Poster The association between road traffic noise exposure, annoyance and health-related quality of life (HRQOL 20.10.2014 Barcelona, Spanien Röösli Martin; Vienneau Danielle; Héritier Harris;
ISEE Europe Young Researchers Conference Poster Association between long-term transportation noise annoyance and physical activity. 20.10.2014 Barcelona, Spanien Probst-Hensch Nicole; Eze Ikenna;
ISEE Europe YR Conference Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Noise annoyance - exposure relationship as a validation criterion for evaluating exposure assessment quality 20.10.2014 Barcelona, Spanien Vienneau Danielle;
22nd Congress of the European Sleep Research Society Poster Inter-individual differences in the effects of night-time noise exposure on sleep and cognitive performance during daytime 16.09.2014 Tallinn, Estland Cajochen Christian; Wunderli Jean Marc; Röösli Martin;
ISEE 2014 Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Years of life lost due to transportation noise and air pollution: a comparative risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010 24.08.2014 Seattle, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Röösli Martin;
ISEE Poster Exposure to road traffic noise, cardiometabolic risk and mental health: a prospective cohort study 24.08.2014 Seattle, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Vienneau Danielle; Héritier Harris; Röösli Martin;
Swiss Public Health Conference Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Years of life lost due to transportation noise and air pollution: a comparative risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010 21.08.2014 Olten, Schweiz Vienneau Danielle;
Public Health Schweiz Poster The association between road traffic noise exposure, annoyance and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) 21.08.2014 Olten, Schweiz Héritier Harris; Röösli Martin; Vienneau Danielle;
Swiss Public Health Conference Einzelvortrag Exposure to road traffic noise, cardiometabolic risk and mental health: a prospective cohort study 21.08.2014 Olten, Schweiz Vienneau Danielle;
Public Health Schweiz Poster SiRENE - an interdisciplinary study on the health effects of transportation noise exposure: a study protocol 21.08.2014 Olten, Schweiz Vienneau Danielle; Héritier Harris; Röösli Martin;
ICBEN Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Years of life lost due to transportation noise and air pollution: a comparative risk assessment for Switzerland in 2010 01.06.2014 Nara, Japan Vienneau Danielle;


Selber organisiert

Titel Datum Ort
Symposium "The broadening noise phenome and its biological links" at ISEE Conference 2016, 01.09.2016 Rome, Italien

Veranstaltungen zum Wissenstransfer

Aktiver Beitrag

Titel Art des Beitrags Titel des Artikels oder Beitrages Datum Ort Beteiligte Personen
Public Seminar Wissenschaftsforum in Kooperation mit Zukunft Rhein-Main (ZRM) Vortrag 11.07.2016 Frankfurt, Deutschland
Delegate Meeting Aefu (Ärztinnen und Ärzte für Umweltschutz), Basel. Vortrag 16.06.2016 Basel, Schweiz
3rd International Conference on Active Noise Abatement (ICANA) Vortrag 12.11.2015 Frankfurt, Deutschland
Quarterly meetings of the EKLB (Eidg. Kommission für Lärmbekämpfung) Vortrag 08.03.2015 Bern, Schweiz
Jährliche Sitzung des Schutzverbandes der Bevölkerung um den Flughafen Zürich Vortrag 19.11.2014 Oberglatt, Schweiz


Selber organisiert

Titel Datum Ort
Colloquim at Bafu: Update on the SiRENE study for the Division Noise and NIR in the Federal office for the environment (BAFU). 22.08.2015 Bern, Schweiz
Swiss TPH Monday Seminars 03.11.2014 Basel, Schweiz

Kommunikation mit der Öffentlichkeit

Kommunikation Titel Medien Ort Jahr
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen Welcher Lärm ist besonders schädlich für das Herz-/Kreislaufsystem? Robert Müller Lecture, Mainz International 2016
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen Viel Lärm um nichts Deutschschweiz 2015
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen 50-jähriges Jubiläum EPMA Deutschschweiz Westschweiz Italienische Schweiz 2014
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen 70-jähriges Jubiläum des Swiss TPH Deutschschweiz Westschweiz Italienische Schweiz 2014
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen Gesundheitliche Auswirkungen von Fluglärm: neuste wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse International 2014
Medienarbeit: Printmedien, Online-Medien Noise and Health Schweizer Illustrierte Deutschschweiz Italienische Schweiz Westschweiz 2014

Verbundene Projekte

Nummer Titel Start Förderungsinstrument
172026 Acute and short-term effects of night-time transportation noise exposure on sleep, cognition and cardio-metabolic measures 01.03.2017 Doc.Mobility
134273 The Swiss National Cohort: a platform for longitudinal research in Switzerland 01.07.2011 Kohortenstudien Gross
134276 Swiss Cohort Study on Air Pollution and Lung and Heart Diseases in Adults (SAPALDIA) 01.04.2011 Kohortenstudien Gross
148470 SAPALDIA Cohort on Healthy Aging 01.04.2014 Kohortenstudien Gross
173330 Novel methods for investigating acute and long term effects of transportation noise on health 01.08.2017 Resource not found: 'ec59acc8-5a7f-4484-98c8-e7228cebe261'

Abstract

Background: Little is known about how acute and short-term noise effects, especially those that are observed during sleep, translate into long-term health consequences. In particular, it is unclear which acoustical characteristics of noise from different sources are most detrimental for human health and wellbeing.Aims: The overall goal of this project is to investigate the acute, short- and long-term effects of road, railway and aircraft noise exposure on annoyance and coping responses, sleep disturbances and cardiometabolic risk by mutually combining human experimental research in the laboratory with population-based epidemiological methods. The project specifically aims at identifying the noise exposure patterns that most strongly affect individuals during sleep and that may result in long-term health consequences, in particular, in cardiovascular diseases and metabolic syndrome. Besides the effect of noise exposure, the role of individual characteristics such as age and gender, noise sensitivity and genetic predispositions will be elucidated.Methods: This interdisciplinary study consists of three sub-projects. Sub-project 1 focuses on the modelling of road, railway and aircraft noise exposure and its effects on annoyance and coping responses in the Swiss population. Exposure modelling will be considerably refined to reflect not only average exposure, but additional exposure characteristics such as the degree of intermittence of noise events that we hypothesise to be a relevant predictor of detrimental effects of noise during sleep. Furthermore, realistic transportation noise exposure scenarios will be compiled in Sub-project 1 and played back in sleep laboratory experiments in Sub-project 2. In Sub-project 2 acute (e.g. awakening reactions) and short-term (e.g. cardiometabolic and cognitive effects on the subsequent day) consequences of nocturnal noise exposure scenarios will be investigated in a well controlled environment by employing a counterbalanced randomised cross-over design with 48 volunteers constantly monitored during 6 nights and 5 days. In Sub-project 3 data of two on-going large SNF-funded population-based epidemiological studies (SAPALDIA biobank and Swiss National Cohort) will be used to investigate long-term cardiometabolic risk with high statistical power and by considering relevant co-factors. The three Sub-projects are designed to closely interact in an interdisciplinary manner. Sub-project 1 will provide the noise exposure scenarios and exposure set-up for Sub-project 2 and the exposure modelling for Sub-project 3. The same cardiometabolic outcomes of Sub-project 3 available from several thousand SAPALDIA study participants will also be collected in Sub-project 2 with high time resolution under controlled experimental conditions. Significance: Mutually combining human experimental and epidemiological research to systematically address acute, short- and long-term noise effects on sleep and cardiometabolic outcomes is an asset of this study and has rarely been done in noise effect research before. Experimental research allows for evaluating the effects of well defined acoustical noise exposure scenarios in a controlled environment on carefully selected, representative individuals. The use of ongoing large-scale population-based epidemiologic studies enables cost-efficiently addressing the full range of variability in the population and in exposure circumstances that occur in our environment. This will be the first study on transportation noise effects that considers genetic variations, which will provide a better understanding of relevant biological pathways. Systematic consideration of transportation noise exposure levels as well as other noise characteristics, such as the distribution of noise events during the night, is a unique feature of this project and is highly relevant for adequate regulation of noise emissions of different transportation modes. It is estimated that Switzerland, by about 2020, will have invested a substantial >5 billion Swiss francs in noise abatement measures. Thus, beyond scientific there is a high policy interest in our research questions and the results of this project are expected to have a broad impact by revealing evidence-based measures of action in order to most effectively invest these resources.
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