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Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Misophonia? Call today for a Consultation. Mild to severe anxiety Rage or Anger Triggered fight or flight Depression Negative thinking Crying spells Hopelessness Suicidal thoughts Avoidance of people or places Moderate to severe anxiety triggered by chewing sounds, including: Nail clipping  Brushing teeth… Continue Reading

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Selective Sound Sensitivity & Treatment

Selective sound sensitivity is a syndrome, where certain sounds trigger emotions and cause an extreme outbreak. This condition is quite common in the US and popularly known as misophonia. If the doctor says that you are suffering from misophonia, it means you have selective sound sensitivity syndrome. (Source) People often struggle to control their emotions… Continue Reading

Hate Certain Sounds – Can it Be Cured?

Do you hate or dislike certain sounds and lose control when you hear them? If yes, then you may be suffering from misophonia. Misophonia is a condition that creates emotional turmoil when a person hears a certain sound. Many people are unsure whether they can find a treatment for misophonia or not. In this post,… Continue Reading

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT for Misophonia

What is cognitive behavioral therapy for misophonia? According to a 2021 study published by Depression and Anxiety, Jager and colleagues conducted a controlled trial to evaluate the results of misophonia with cognitive behavioral therapy. Their findings were remarkable and surprising. Before understanding the results of the study, let’s understand what cognitive-behavioral therapy is. (Source) What… Continue Reading

The Psychology of Misophonia

The psychology of misophonia triggers a broad range of negative reactions in affected people. The triggers for this condition can be anything from rare or specific sounds to normal every day sounds like chewing, clicking, sniffling, etc. It is important to note that there aren’t proper diagnostic criteria for misophonia. Besides, most people are generally… Continue Reading

Sound Disorders Misophonia & Tinnitus

Sometimes certain sounds can negatively affect a person to an extreme degree. Often termed “sound disorders”, misophonia & tinnitus are the two most prominent and common of these types of sound related conditions. Even though these conditions are different, many people are unable to differentiate between them. Therefore, in this article, we will discuss the… Continue Reading

Sound Disorders Causes & Treatment

What are the main sound disorders causes & treatment? Misophonia or selective sound sensitivity syndrome is a sound-related condition that leads to aggression, anger, and irritation. People with misophonia cannot stand some types of sounds. When they hear a triggering sound, they lash out because they can’t handle their mind’s aversion to the sound. Triggers… Continue Reading

Misophonia: Sounds & Anger

What is the relationship between misophonia and anger?  There are certain complications associated with misophonia that resemble other disorders and conditions. It is a condition in which the affected person has a low tolerance against particular sounds. The sound tends to instigate adverse reactions in the affected person. The reactions may vary, from worry and… Continue Reading

Misophonia & PTSD

When a person suffers from PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, they might find it difficult to handle the intensity of some sounds. Perhaps they develop phonophobia, which is a fear of sound, or they might get misophonia – an aversion to certain sounds. In this article, we will discuss the relationship between PTSD and… Continue Reading

Latest Developments in the Treatment of Misophonia

What are some of the latest developments in the treatment of misophonia? Do you feel stressed or tense when suddenly someone starts chewing or breathing loudly? Do you feel a lack of control over your reactions upon hearing such sounds? Does hearing someone sniff or snore upset you or make you angry? You may be… Continue Reading