Do you get tinnitus from biting your teeth vigorously?


Ringing, screaming, wheezing, buzzing, crackling, hissing … Listen, while nothing is happening around you. This is tinnitus. There isn’t necessarily something wrong with your ears, no, it’s your brain that makes those sounds. One in 10 people suffer from it. Professor Sarah Michels is a UHasselt physiotherapist who is researching why tinnitus is different (sometimes worse!) during exercise. And whether you can get tinnitus by biting your teeth… She tells us all about it in this online lecture from the University of Flanders.

Also read: What are the causes of tinnitus and how can you treat it?

Last updated: February 2023

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