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Electric shocks to the tongue can reduce Tinnitus symptoms

Electric shocks to the tongue can reduce Tinnitus symptoms

Scientists have proposed that electrically shocking the tongue, combined with a carefully designed sound program, can reduce symptoms of Tinnitus. In an experiment, 326 people with tinnitus sat for up to 1 hour at a time with a small plastic paddle, which delivered an electrical current, on their tongue. Over the 12 weeks of treatment, patients’ tinnitus symptoms improved dramatically.

Fareem
Fareem
Minty
Minty 2 months

Everyone with tetnius gonna start licking 9volts

E n
E n 2 months

So when my little nephew kept licking that D battery he was actually engaged in medical research.

Dave
Dave 2 months

Major Payne: "Want me to show you a little trick to take your mind off that arm?"

Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 2 months

Well dang, last time I cured my Tinnitus i had to sit around and wait 12 weeks... you mean to tell me I could have been licking 9 volt batteries the entire time? Shucks.

Anony
Anony 2 months

Sign me up!

Randy
Randy 2 months

What about shocks to, say, debaters' tongues, to treat the public's despair about the future of the country?

Max Bants
Max Bants 2 months

GIVE IT ME NOW.

Cody M
Cody M 2 months

Oh, we're bringing back shock therapy?

Cassius
Cassius 2 months

How crazy. Ancient Herbal medicine and acupuncture are far more successful in treat organ patterns like tinnitus. 4000 years of research in herbal medicine at their finger tips and they decide to shock the tongue. I wonder if they had properly working taste buds at the end. I can hear great but can't taste anything. lolol

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