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Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Misophonia? Call for a Free 15 Minute 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 … Continue Reading

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Misophonia Cures

Misophonia is a widespread disorder, which is common amongst 20% of the world’s population. In simple words, misophonia is a disorder that refers to hatred or resentment toward specific sounds. Misophonia was first named ‘Selective Sound Syndrome’ in 1997. Most people say that it is the right name for it because misophonic sound triggers are… Continue Reading

What is the cutting edge science on Misophonia?

What is the cutting edge science on Misophonia? All I can say about Misophonia is the fact that it makes me want to punch people in the face’ says, Olana Tansley. Tansley was eight years old when she first discovered her unbearable annoyance towards ordinary every day sounds like chewing. She was not able to… Continue Reading

What Causes Extreme Sound Sensitivity

Are you suffering from extreme sound sensitivity? You can go through intolerable pain if your ears are sensitive to sounds. You might be surprised to discover that people believed sound sensitivity to be a myth back in the day. However, with the progress of science and technology in the medical field, professionals have finally discovered… Continue Reading

Symptoms of Misophonia

Misophonia is a neurological auditory (sometimes visual) condition that causes extreme irritation and annoyance towards sounds produced by ordinary human actions like chewing. The central nervous system of a misphoniac’s brain tends to misinterpret and has trouble processing specific sounds. An Understanding of What Is Misophonia Misophonia is not a psychiatric disorder, it is a… Continue Reading

Sound Disorders: Misophonia

Do you have a sound disorder such as Misophonia? A person munching or chomping, a friend yawning with mouth wide open, a classmate coughing, or sneezing, or your sibling who snores while sleeping –all may drive you crazy. These sounds may cause you discomfort, anxiousness, or disgust. The intensity of hatred for a specific sound… Continue Reading

Misophonia Treatment: What are the options?

Misophonia Treatment: What are your options? If you have noticed symptoms of Misophonia in yourself and are confused as to what your next step should be, worry no more. There are several treatment options available that can help reduce your symptoms and give you relief. All you have to do is get in touch with… Continue Reading

Misophonia In 2019. Are We Closer To A Cure?

Misophonia In 2019. Are We Closer To A Cure? Is it intolerable for you to sit in the office because your co-worker is popping chewing gum for the past 10 minutes unstoppably? Do you get scared while crossing the road when you hear a honking bus? Do you feel like punching your sibling when he/she… Continue Reading

Common Misophonia Triggers

What are some common misophonia triggers? Misophonia is a disorder in which people suffering from it have anomalously strong negative reactions to sounds like chewing, pen clicking or loud breathing. They tend to get extremely irritated by such sounds and often display their discomfort by exiting the room, wearing earphones or even yelling at the… Continue Reading

2019 Treatment Options For Misophonia

According to 2019 research, misophonia and Autonomous sensory meridian response are very closely linked to one another. The latter, means experiencing a tingling sensation beginning from your scalp and moving down to your neck and upper spine. This feeling is in response to sounds as well. Surprisingly enough, some people find this feeling to be… Continue Reading