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Figure 2: Neurophysiological model of tinnitus depicting full activation, including activation of non-auditory limbic and autonomic nervous system structures that are responsible for the emotional and negative reactions to the tinnitus. This engagement of both conscious and subconscious neuronal circuitry gives rise to the awareness and annoyance associated with distressing tinnitus (After Jastreboff[21])

Figure 2: Neurophysiological model of tinnitus depicting full activation, including activation of non-auditory limbic and autonomic nervous system structures that are responsible for the emotional and negative reactions to the tinnitus. This engagement of both conscious and subconscious neuronal circuitry gives rise to the awareness and annoyance associated with distressing tinnitus (After Jastreboff<sup>[21]</sup>)