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Hyperacusis is a debilitating hearing disorder where there is an increased sensitivity to certain frequencies and volume ranges of sound. Everyday sounds can be unbearable to the sufferer but will have no effect on others. Hyperacusis is often accompanied by Tinnitus. Hearing loss is a significant risk factor with both conditions.
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Hyperacusis and Tinnitus have a prevalence of about 10–15%.
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- x, Char (Nov 2, 2017). "ME/CFS flares: what do they feel like and how to cope". Chronically Hopeful. Retrieved Oct 11, 2018.
- Hyperacusis - Wikipedia
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