Can you get tinnitus from COVID-19?
Tinnitus has also been linked to covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. In the article written by Healthline, they will explore that link in more detail, as well as what to do if you experience tinnitus.
The reason why covid-19 can lead to tinnitus is still unknown. Tinnitus during COVID-19 is widely believed to be caused by damage or inflammation of the inner ear , which can happen due to viral infection or as a result of the body's immune response.
Having COVID-19 can also make pre-existing tinnitus worse for some people. A 2020 survey study found that of 237 people with tinnitus who developed COVID-19 , 40 percent reported that their tinnitus worsened.
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