Stress-Related Psychological Disorders and Tinnitus
This contribution highlights the role of stress-related psychological conditions in tinnitus. Relevant psychological disorders such as mood and anxiety disorders are introduced, and their relation with stress is presented. Further, the incidence of psychological disorders among patients with tinnitus is presented and the clinical and therapeutic implications suggested.
KeywordsTinnitus Anxiety Depression Psychological disorders Stress
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