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Tinnitus Research
Life is God’s gift and every-body wants to enjoy it but sometimes we are faced with some
problems which make us enjoy our lives less.
One of these problems is tinnitus.



About Tinnitus Research

When doing Tinnitus research we come to
know that it is the awareness of a ringing,
hissing, buzzing, or roaring sound in one or
both ears. It may continuous or occasional, can
be in breaks or steady and can range in
harshness from a soft buzz to the loud ring.
Normally it is not so strange but in some cases tinnitus is severe enough to interfere with day
to day activities. Tinnitus research tells us it is more common in men than women and it
becomes more advanced and common with aging. Although tinnitus can be annoying, it is
not normally a sign of a serious problem. There are many ways to facade and adapt to
symptoms to reduce the impact of tinnitus on daily life. That’s why Tinnitus research is so
important.



Tinnitus Research and it’s causes

Tinnitus research proved that it can be arising in the inner ear, the middle ear, the outer ear or
by abnormality in the brain. Sometimes tinnitus is caused by damages to the tiny hairs on the
auditory cells within the inner ear. While the cells are stressed or damaged, they change their
signals they send to the brain. Sometimes it produces a noise heard only by the patient.
Damages to the hair cell can be a result of aging or it can happen after experiencing a very
loud noise, certain medication, injury, or a disease. Sometimes damage is provisional but the
noise becomes permanent.



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