A Note On Tinnitus

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­compensable disability. ringing in the ears neurological damage (multiple sclerosis), ear infections, oxidative stress,[1] emotional stress,[2] foreign objects in the ear, nasal allergies that prevent (or induce) fluid drain, wax build­up, and exposure to loud sounds. Tinnitus can be intermittent, or it can be continuous, in which case it can be the cause of great distress. In some individuals, the intensity can be changed by shoulder, head, tongue, jaw, or eye movements
Persistent tinnitus may cause irritability, fatigue, and on occasions, clinical depression[14][15] and musical hallucinations.[16]
Some psychedelic drugs can produce temporary tinnitus­like symptoms as a side effect


diisopropyltryptamine (DiPT)[36]

Antibiotics, including polymyxin B, erythromycin, vancomycin and neomycin

Cancer medications, including mechlorethamine and vincristine

Water pills (diuretics), such as bumetanide, ethacrynic acid or furosemide

Quinine medications used for malaria or other health conditions

Certain antidepressants may worsen tinnitus

Aspirin taken in uncommonly high doses (usually 12 or more a day)

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