- Radiation TherapyDamage to the sensitive hair cells in the inner ear is believed to be the most common cause of tinnitus. Theses hair cells can be damaged by the aging process, exposure to excessive noise, diseases of the ear, tumors, reduced blood flow to the ear, and chemo and radiation therapy for cancer. Other causes are wax in the ear canal, high blood pressure, and some medications such as excessive use of aspirin. It can be coming from the brain itself. For a small percentage of people, problems with the jaw joint can be responsible.
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