A possibility is a change in blood pressure due to the physical exertion
causes a temporary change in the tinnitus.
Alcohol, caffeine, aspirin, and physical exertion can all have an effect
on blood pressure and/or the ability of the blood to carry oxygen. Do
these items then have a direct link on the percieved level of tinnitus?
I don't know, but I have had patients that have reported that altering
one or more of the above items has resulted in a noticable change for
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