Research shows severity of tinnitus is related to emotional processing

New research shows that the impact tinnitus has on your life could be a matter of how your brain processes emotions. 2017 908 Research shows severity of tinnitus is related to emotional processing​. ​

​Tinnitus​, ​or ringing in the ears, you might already know how debilitating it can be. Or perhaps you are one of those who considers tinnitus to be “no big deal,” and who doesn’t suffer any ill effects in their day-to-day lives. If you are one of those fortunate people who isn’t bothered by your tinnitus, it turns out there is a reason for it. It all starts with the brain.

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