The coronavirus pandemic has worsened tinnitus for many sufferers – new research  The Conversation UKView Full coverage on Google News
Higher levels of stress was just one of the reasons the hearing problem may have worsened for many people.Higher levels of stress was just one of the reasons the hearing problem may have worsened for many people.

The coronavirus pandemic has worsened tinnitus for many sufferers – new research

The coronavirus pandemic has worsened tinnitus for many sufferers – new research

New research reveals that tinnitus, a common condition that causes the perception of noise in the ear and head, is being exacerbated by COVID-19 — as well as the measures helping to keep us safe. The study of 3,103 people with tinnitus was led by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), with support from

COVID-19 Is Making Tinnitus Worse – Hearing Loss May Be “Long COVID” Symptom

Does Covid-19 cause tinnitus? Covid-19 may have an impact on hearing. Tinnitus is a ringing in the ears. How does Covid affect the ears?While stress is known to worsen tinnitus symptoms, there's some evidence that the virus itself may also play a role.

Covid-19 may make people's tinnitus worse

New research reveals that tinnitus, a common condition that causes the perception of noise in the ear and head, is being exacerbated by COVID-19—as well as the measures helping to keep us safe.

COVID-19 is making tinnitus worse, new study finds

Scientists from Anglia Ruskin University looked at the hearing problems affecting Covid-19 patients, both in the short and long term Scientists from Anglia Ruskin University looked at the hearing problems affecting Covid-19 patients, both in the short and long term

Long Covid patients can suffer from hearing loss for months, new study warns - Chronicle Live

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A new study has identified another symptom of 'long Covid' A new study has identified another symptom of 'long Covid'

Long Covid patients could have hearing loss for 'months' - Liverpool Echo

Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University have warned that some Long Covid patients experience hearing loss and tinnitus for monthsResearchers from Anglia Ruskin University have warned that some Long Covid patients experience hearing loss and tinnitus for months

Coronavirus experts find new Long Covid symptom which could last for months - LancsLive

A new study from the United Kingdom shows that COVID-19 and the restrictions surrounding the virus may be making the symptoms of tinnitus worse.A new study from the United Kingdom shows that COVID-19 and the restrictions surrounding the virus may be making the symptoms of tinnitus worse.

Study shows COVID-19 and its restrictions may be making tinnitus worse | CTV News

Forty per cent of people in the Anglia Ruskin University study claimed that their tinnitus got worse at the same time that they suffered coronavirus symptoms.Forty per cent of people in the Anglia Ruskin University study claimed that their tinnitus got worse at the same time that they suffered coronavirus symptoms.

Covid-19 can make tinnitus WORSE or even trigger a hearing problem  | Daily Mail Online

"This is something that needs to be closely examined by both clinical and support services.” "This is something that needs to be closely examined by both clinical and support services.”

The new Long Covid symptom found by experts studying coronavirus - CoventryLive

Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University have warned that some Long-Covid patients experience hearing loss and tinnitus for monthsResearchers from Anglia Ruskin University have warned that some Long-Covid patients experience hearing loss and tinnitus for months

New Long Covid symptom as experts warn hearing loss can last for months - Mirror Online

The typical symptoms of the deadly bug listed by official websites and bodies like the NHS include a sudden loss of taste or smell The typical symptoms of the deadly bug listed by official websites and bodies like the NHS include a sudden loss of taste or smell

New Long Covid symptom found by coronavirus experts - and can last months - Birmingham Live