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Tinnitus Could Be Impacting Police Officers Emotions.

New Study Finds the Effects of Tinnitus Run Deeper Than the Ears

According to new research from the University of Illinois, those who experience tinnitus, a bothersome ringing, buzzing or whooshing sensation in the ears, process emotions differently than others.

Previous studies have determined that tinnitus, which affects roughly 50 million Americans according to the American Tinnitus Association, can lead to increased stress, anxiety, irritability and depression. Each of these ailments is affiliated with the brain’s emotional processing systems.

There are several causes of tinnitus, such as overexposure to sounds over 85 decibels (a gun shot) and it is often associated with some degree of hearing difficulty.

Read more of Prof. Fatima Husain’s from the University of Illinois’ School of Hearing and Speech Sciences through the link below.

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New Study Finds the Effects of Tinnitus Run Deeper Than the Ears

According to new research from the University of Illinois, those who experience tinnitus, a bothersome ringing, buzzing or whooshing sensation in the ears, process emotions differently than others.

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