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    1. InNeedOfHelp
      InNeedOfHelp
      Hi, how do you manage with Tinnitus in a country like Japan? Last time I visited (prior to tinnitus) I remember how loud the cities were, Jr lines, even the smaller cities! I'm craving for another trip but not sure if I can cope at the moment. Do you have any idea if the shinkansens are too loud for someone with tinnitus?
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    2. Ela Stefan
      Ela Stefan
      TNF-α and IL-1β influence NMDA and GABAA receptors, leading to an increased excitatory and decreased inhibitory neurotransmission. These changes can lead to neuroplasticity and thus chronic tinnitus. Whether inflammatory mediators still play a role in chronic tinnitus remains to be elucidated.
    3. Ela Stefan
      Ela Stefan
      ''Accumulating evidence suggests that inflammation plays a role in the pathogenesis of subjective tinnitus. Noise exposure and salicylate administration both lead to inflammation throughout the whole auditory pathway. In particular, TNF-α, IL-1β, glia and activated platelets are associated with acute tinnitus.
    4. Ela Stefan
      Ela Stefan
      TNF-α and IL-1β influence NMDA and GABAA receptors, leading to an increased excitatory and decreased inhibitory neurotransmission. These changes can lead to neuroplasticity and thus chronic tinnitus. Whether inflammatory mediators still play a role in chronic tinnitus remains to be elucidated.
    5. Ela Stefan
      Ela Stefan
      ''Accumulating evidence suggests that inflammation plays a role in the pathogenesis of subjective tinnitus. Noise exposure and salicylate administration both lead to inflammation throughout the whole auditory pathway. In particular, TNF-α, IL-1β, glia and activated platelets are associated with acute tinnitus.
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    6. Ela Stefan
      Ela Stefan
      Hi, Tasty! Can I please ask you how did you get t and how does it sound? Is ears, brain, parts of the brain? thank you!
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      2. Tasty
        Tasty
        I dunno, I have Visual Snow Syndrome since I was like 3 or 5 years old I dont know any triggers, I have ETD aswell as TMJ/Neck issues in addition to it. My tinnitus sounds very high pitched in both ears and it fluctuates daily aswell as it is somatic
        Jun 20, 2022
      3. Tasty
        Tasty
        No hearing loss
        Jun 20, 2022
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    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Sendai, Japan
    Tinnitus Since:
    2009
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Unknown

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