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Hypersensitivity to Sound

Hypersensitivity to sound is a condition in which sound waves from a certain frequency enter into your ear and the brain interprets them in an exaggerated manner, causing an overwhelming reaction. This condition is more commonly known as Hyperacusis. Hyperacusis is an extremely rare condition that causes some sounds appear unbearably loud to the person… Continue Reading

Misophonia Symptoms

Misophonia is primarily a mental disorder that causes irritation in response to a certain sounds. Since Misophonia is a relatively new disorder, the symptoms can be hard to distinguish. This type of situation has occurred in everyone’s life at a certain point and so this points to a naturally common occurrence. The thing that separates… Continue Reading

Do You Have A Hatred of Sounds?

What causes hatred of certain sounds? Misophonia is a condition that involves having an aggressive irritation towards some sounds. It literally means that the person suffering from this condition hates sounds cannot control their own emotions. Basic sounds that can trigger misophonia include everyday sounds, such as repetitive oral sounds, breathing, and chewing sounds along… Continue Reading

Can You Cure Misophonia?

Can You Cure Misophonia? Do you feel angry when people chew in front of you? Ever snapped at a person for breathing too loud? Or do you hate the sound of people sniffing, sighing, or snoring? If so, you may be suffering from misophonia. The literal meaning of this condition is hatred of sounds. Many… Continue Reading

What is Hyperacusis?

What is Hyperacusis, it’s symptoms & treatment? Hyperacusis is a hearing-related in which you find it difficult to listen to everyday sounds. Experts also call the condition sensitivity to noise or sound. If you are suffering from this condition, you will find it challenging to tolerate loud sounds, but people you’re with will not notice… Continue Reading

Sound Disorders: Do Certain Noises Make Your Blood Boil?

Do you have a sound disorder from certain noises? Psychological disorders have always raised controversial questions for neuroscientists. Individuals with mental disorders can display unexplainable behavior. The inner workings of the brain still remain a mystery regardless of all the progress in medical science. Misophonia is a condition that causes a person to be annoyed… Continue Reading

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Misophonia

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a highly effective treatment for Misophonia. This therapy challenges the individual who suffers from this disorder to change the way he perceives this mental disorder. Since no clinically approved procedure cures Misophonia, most patients resort to seeking Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or (CBT). This therapy requires commitment and dedication from a person,… Continue Reading

What are Sound Disorders?

A sound disorder is a communication disorder, which starts showing its symptoms in the early stages of life. Children who start developing the disorder, will develop disfluency in speech and will also struggle in producing some sounds and saying a few words. (Source) People with this disorder struggle to coordinate their tongue, jaw, and lips… Continue Reading

Speech Sound Disorder

Do you or someone you know have a speech sound disorder? If your child is unable to say some words and sounds correct, then he/she must have speech sound disorder. When you speak, you require phonological knowledge. You need your tongue, lips, and jaw to coordinate with your vocal cords and breathing to talk and… Continue Reading