The condition of tinnitus is when a person hears ringing, buzzing, or a chronic annoying noise like crickets. Yes, the obvious cause is extended exposure to loud noises like motorcycles, ear piercing music, or machinery in an industrial setting. However, certain over-the-counter drugs like Advil, Motrin, or Aleve can bring tinnitus about. It’s far more common than people realize, with 1 in 10 people of all ages suffering with the extraordinarily annoying condition. Of those people, 36% experience tinnitus on a constant basis. Most importantly, tinnitus is well-treated with a proactive approach addressing conditional circumstances, hearing devices (if necessary), and psychological treatment. The grand puba of medical establishments, the Mayo Clinic, has a better explanation of treatment.
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