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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: Current & Future Treatments

Picture the sound and feeling that comes from the scraping of nails across a chalkboard. That cringing, uncomfortable irritation is what people with misophonia feel or experience every day. Any small sounds can affect them, though. This makes their daily life full of fear and anxiety, as they never know when a specific sound or… Continue Reading

What is Misophonia?

Have you ever heard a noise that caused you immense anxiety, frustration, or triggered an emotional reaction? Do you frequently get frustrated at sounds in which they seem to have no type of effect on other people? If so, you may be dealing with a rare syndrome known as misophonia. According to the International OCD… Continue Reading

Top Misophonia Research in 2019

Picture the sound and feeling that comes from the scraping of nails across a chalkboard. That cringing, uncomfortable irritation is what people with misophonia feel or experience every day. Any small sounds can affect them, though. This makes their daily life full of fear and anxiety, as they never know when a specific sound or… Continue Reading

What is a Noise Disorder?

Imagine walking around your home or apartment getting ready for work. Your child was just in the bathroom washing their hands and they didn’t filly turn the faucet off. The quiet drip of the faucet in the background echoes through each and every room in your home. It grows increasingly more aggravating the longer you… Continue Reading

What Are Some Treatments for Misophonia?

Can you imagine going through your day with symptoms of extreme stress, rage, anxiety, and panic? This is a daily situation for people who suffer from misophonia, a form of a noise syndrome that alters how certain sounds effect you and your psyche. Symptoms range from moderate to severe but can be highly irritating for… Continue Reading

Ways to Better Manage Your Misophonia

Do you or someone you know struggle with misophonia? Are you familiar with what the syndrome of misophonia? If so, you may benefit from learning some of the best ways to properly manage this stressful syndrome. To recap, misophonia is a syndrome that causes common and frequent sounds or noises to become increasingly irritating, aggravating,… Continue Reading

The Future of Misophonia Treatment

Plenty of negative diseases and disorders exist in today’s society. They have developed from many factors including irregularities in body or brain development, or through external environmental factors. One example of a syndrome that has developed over time is known as misophonia. This is a rare disability that effects less than 1 percent of the… Continue Reading

Noises that Trigger Misophonia

When you’re dealing with noise syndromes like misophonia, even the smallest of sounds can strongly impact how you feel or act. They get under your skin and cause you extreme discomfort and anxiety. These conditions may even lead to extreme bursts of rage, depression, or even suicidal thoughts. All cases of misophonia are different, as… Continue Reading

Earplugs for Misophonia?

Do you suffer from misophonia? Are you greatly affected by the sounds that other people find normal? If so, you may benefit from treatment that makes use of earplugs for misophonia. All people who are diagnosed with misophonia suffer differently, so it is difficult to determine what form of treatment would benefit you most. That’s… Continue Reading