Tinnitus and how it can be connected to TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint)

Most often, Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) is associated with age- or noise-related hearing loss. In the linked article, Healthline writes that mounting evidence has been found that in a small number of cases, TMJ may be a root cause of tinnitus rather than hearing loss. Click on source / Source and read the entire article (English article)

People with subjective tinnitus hear disturbing sounds, such as ringing, buzzing and humming, that are imperceptible to others. This condition becomes more common as people age and begin to lose their hearing.

In contrast, tinnitus associated with TMJ disorders typically affects a younger demographic. It is also more common in people who were assigned female at birth than those assigned male at birth.

In the article linked, Healthline explores the connection between tinnitus and TMJ disorders. They also discuss potential treatments that can provide relief for both conditions.

Tinnitus and how it can be connected to TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint)

 

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