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Russian researchers, met in Munich in the years 2002-2003, explained that the majority of tinnitus comes from a contraction of the tensor tympanic muscle, which is attached to the ossicles. Manually, we cannot have direct access to this muscle. But we have observed and deduced from the feedback of Head-Balance users that by balancing and relaxing the masticatory muscles, many tinnitus cases decrease or disappear. Which suggests that a lot of tinnitus is due to an imbalance of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or mal-occlusion.
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