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  Can a vitamin or mineral supplement deficiency cause tinnitus?

A lack of zinc and B12 in one’s diet (especially if one is anemic) can increase ones chances of developing tinnitus. Supplemental zinc and B12 can be taken to increase the levels of this mineral and vitamin however please do not overdo supplementation as “too much of a good thing can be bad” with excess amounts of these in the body leading to the development of tinnitus

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