Tinnitusis being researched by ENT physicians all around the world. The ear generates spontaneous electrical activity to trigger a response in the brain before hearing actually begins. These patterned bursts start at inner hair cells in the cochlea, which is part of the inner ear, and travel along the auditory nerve to the brain. Recent studies have exhibited evidence that glucocorticoids are not the sole actor in the generation of stress. Neuroscientific research indicates that temporal and frontal cortical areas are involved in tinnitus pathophysiology. Main findings come from studies with electroencephalography and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation.