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My guess would be that its caused by pressure changes. You've also got
vestibular stresses that are not present normally but air pressure changes are
probably a better bet.
Tom Brennan KD5VIJ, CCC-A/SLP
web page http://titan.sfasu.edu/~g_brennantg/sonicpage.html
On Fri, 1 Jan 2010, Yi Yu wrote:
> Date: Fri, 01 Jan 2010 11:10:41 +0900
> From: Yi Yu <yi.yu.yy@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: Tom Brennan <g_brennantg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] Tinnitus
> When the plane takes off, my Tinnitus always happens.
> Who knows why?
> Yi @SoSoMIR
> On 1/1/10, Tom Brennan <g_brennantg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Unfortunately, Mine is due to Miniere's disease and retraining therapies
> > only
> > seem to make it worse.
> > Tom
> > Tom Brennan KD5VIJ, CCC-A/SLP
> > web page http://titan.sfasu.edu/~g_brennantg/sonicpage.html
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