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Caffeine Could Prevent Tinnitus

According to an article published by the New York Times’ Well Blog, a new study has related caffeine consumption to a reduced risk of tinnitus. The study, published in The American Journal of Medicine, tracked caffeine use in 65,085 women, and concluded that women who consumed less than 150 milligrams of caffeine a day had a 15 percent greater likelihood of having tinnitus, compared to those who had 450 to 599 milligrams of caffeine daily. While there is no proof that caffeine could be a cure for tinnitus, researchers commented that their results reaffirmed the reasonability of regular caffeine use.

Read the article published in the New York Times’ Well Blog.

Read the study published in The American Journal of Medicine.