It has been recently revealed that a group of researchers from the University of Auckland has been able to develop a new treatment for tinnitus, a condition in which one hears ringing sound even if there is no corresponding external sound.
Lead researcher of the study Dr. Grant Searchfield was of the view that they have been making significant advancements and they are hopeful of presenting this new treatment quite soon. It is said that the clinical trial that has taken place at the Centre for Brain Research has shown great results.
The problem, which takes even a year to get treated, was found to be showing great improvements within a month. It was not less than a miracle and this might be the reason that they have also got a boost in terms of financial aid for their research.
In order to test the treatment, the study researchers have used a number of ways, like medicines, and computers. Grant was of the view that people, who witness the problem, are in great distress. "It has become clear that tinnitus is caused by a much more distributed network within the brain that can be influenced by a number of senses", further affirmed Grant.
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