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The causes of acute hearing loss are still unclear. Experts surmise that multiple factors play a role, primarily acute trauma and circulatory disorders in the inner ear. These lead to insufficient supply of sensory cells and in the worst cases, to loss of hearing. How do circulatory disorders occur? Medical practitioners surmise that spasms, swelling and injuries to the hair cells in the cochlea or disruptions to blood flow could be the trigger.