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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 Cognitive Center: Treatments for Sound Disorders

What are the main treatments for sound disorders? There can be instances where normal daily sounds like chewing, tapping a pen, or even wagging your feet can cause misophonic reactions in certain people. They are highly intolerant to certain specific sounds and show aggression in response. (Source) It is a highly disturbing and lifestyle-altering mental… Continue Reading

Misophonia Cognitive Center: Misophonia Triggers

What are the most common misophonia triggers? Misophonia is a Greek word meaning “hatred of sound.” However, do not assume that the sounds of rough chalk on a chalkboard or fork scraping on a plate can trigger Misophonia in anyone. (Source) Researchers and scientists refer to Misophonia as a selective sound sensitivity syndrome. Despite that,… Continue Reading

Misophonia & Tinnitus Comparisons & Contrasts

What are the similarities and differences between misophonia and tinnitus? Common sound disorders include tinnitus and misophonia. These conditions relate to the intensity and type of sound. But, both of these conditions have some similarities and differences. If you are confused about distinguishing between both these conditions, this article will help you understand both disorders.… Continue Reading

Misophonia and ADHD

Are there connections between misophonia and ADHD? There are many unbearable conditions out there that severely affect people. The worst part is that we lack awareness of how they affect people and their ability to lead normal lives. Conditions like Misophonia and ADHD have existed for years but are never properly talked about until now.… Continue Reading

Extreme Sensitivity to Sounds

Do you have extreme sensitivity to certain sounds? Everyone reacts differently to a disturbing sound in one way or another. Imagine you’re sitting in a library, and a loud song starts playing suddenly. The chances are that it will have a slight effect on you. Now can you imagine simple sounds like chewing, walking, stomping,… Continue Reading

Best Therapy for Misophonia

What is the best therapy for misophonia? Misophonia is a condition in which repetitive sounds can trigger a person to behave emotionally, causing feelings of anxiety, fear, disgust, and more. Sometimes, this condition can get out of hand and negatively affect people’s behaviors indoors and outdoors. There is no specific cause behind Misophonia, and there… Continue Reading