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What causes tinnitus?

A number of factors and illnesses are known to cause tinnitus

There are a variety of causes of tinnitus, from environmental factors to infections and health conditions. Our tinnitus advisor, Helen Cosgrove, explains the different potential causes of tinnitus, both common and uncommon.

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Did you know?

Earwax can indicate how often you are being exposed to loud noises. The substance is your body’s natural way of protecting your ears, so the more you are exposed to loud noises, the more earwax you may start to produce.

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