When is the risk of tinnitus greatest?
A new study shows that up to 14.4% of the world's population has problems with tinnitus to varying degrees. In the article written by Expressen, you can get more insight into a global problem that deserves more attention than it gets today.
Tinnitus, an annoying noise in the ears that others cannot hear, affects people of all ages. Unfortunately, there is no universal solution to get rid of the discomfort.
As a victim, however, you are far from alone. According to a new study, published in the medical journal JAMA Neurology , 14.4 percent of the world's population suffers from tinnitus.
- The purpose of this study was to prove that tinnitus is a global problem that deserves more attention than it receives today. The hope now is that the WHO will take tinnitus as seriously as other neurological diseases, says Christopher Cederroth.
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