Tinnitus caused by too little inhibition of brain auditory circuits, study finds

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Tinnitus, a relentless ringing in the ears known to disable soldiers exposed to blasts, unwary listeners of too-loud music and millions more, is the result of under-inhibition of key neural pathways in the brain’s auditory center, say scientists. The discovery could lead to effective treatment for a condition that currently has no cure.

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