Tinnitus: A Persistent Auditory Phenomenon

Tinnitus is a prevalent auditory condition characterised by the perception of sound in the absence of an external source. Individuals experiencing tinnitus often describe it as a ringing, buzzing, hissing, or humming sound.

This condition can be temporary or chronic and may significantly impact an individual's quality of life. While the exact mechanisms underlying tinnitus are not fully understood, various factors contribute to its development, and several treatment approaches are available.

Prevalence and causes Tinnitus affects a substantial portion of the global population, with estimates suggesting that around 15%-20% of people experience some form of tinnitus. It can manifest in individuals of all ages, though its prevalence tends to increase with age.

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