Tinnitus: What Is It and What Aggravates It?

Tinnitus: What Is It and What Aggravates It?

Tinnitus is a sensation of sound that happens even though there is no external source for it. It can be a constant sound or a pulsating one. Tinnitus usually indicates hearing loss. Our nerves cause this sensation. The brain normally filters out the sound of our nerve activity. However, changes can happen, and those filters
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