Suara.com – Symptoms for each person are often different. In fact, recently some people have reported that ringing in the ears has increased during the pandemic .
This condition raises questions about the relationship between ear ringing or tinnitus and Covid-19. The word “tinnitus” defines a non-serious condition in which a person hears sounds that do not correspond to an actual external sound source.
This phenomenon is very common in older adults. It affects between 15 to 20 percent of people. Audible sounds are often described as ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, and humming.
These sounds can vary in pitch and frequency and can affect one or both ears.
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Tinnitus is usually caused by an existing health condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury, or cardiovascular problems. Causes include stress, anxiety, and depression.
But is it really related to? Reporting from Express UK, researchers at the University of Manchester estimated that 7.6 percent of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 experienced sudden deafness. While 14.8 percent suffer from tinnitus and 7.2 percent suffer from vertigo.
Most studies show tinnitus as an early symptom in people with diabetes. Ringing in the ears usually lasts from a few days to a few weeks.
A number of other studies on tinnitus conducted in the last two years have found that the condition is somewhat linked to sleep problems, poor mental health, and suicidal thoughts as a result of the pandemic.
A joint research project by the University of Cambridge, the Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust, and Florida Atlantic University decided to study the potential effects on the experience of tinnitus.
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Researchers found no clear link between the condition and SARS-CoV-2 – the viral infection that causes .