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Mental health effects (or mental health impacts) are changes in mental health resulting from exposure to a source. Mental health effects are an important consideration in many areas, such as pollution studies, workplace safety, nutrition and health sciences in general. Some of the major environmental sources of mental health effects are pollution, water pollution, soil contamination, noise pollution and over-illumination.
A non-stochastic or deterministic mental health effect has a severity that is dependent on dose and is believed to have a threshold level for which no effect is seen. Stochastic health effects occur by chance, generally occurring without a threshold level of dose, whose probability is proportional to the dose and whose severity is independent of the dose, such as cancer and genetic effects. Occasionally, lack of exposure to certain effectors has detrimental consequences on an individual's health. Examples of such effectors include sunlight and exercise.
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