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is a 26-year-old man who decided to get professional help because of increasing mixed symptoms of depression, anxiety, obsessions, and
My name is Rana, I’m a 23-year-old architect, who currently studying for her Master’s degree. I have not been diagnosed
Misophonia is a disorder characterised by intolerance, and consequent pathological reactions, to sounds that are commonly present in the environment
Julia is 25 years and works in a legal consultancy company. She has arrived early today to work on a
Carla works in the municipal administration where she is responsible for housing support for people who have not enough money
I myself had my first experience with misophonia with the song "Tom's Diner" by Suzanne Vega ( I couldn't stand
My name is Mathias, I'm 23 years old and I'm studying mechanical engineering. I share a flat near the university
When Niki sits in the underground and the person opposite her chews gum with her mouth open, her pulse quickens
"I can't stand it when I hear Mum eating. Can I turn on the radio?" Oliver shocked his parents at
Apurva is a student who struggles with misophonia. Read more about Apurva’s misophonia story! Hi! My name is Apurva and
Doda, a Polish singer, decided to talk about her disease on InstaStories that effectively hinders her daily functioning. "I can't
Most of us are pretty aware of the almost automatic reaction or discomfort we experience when we hear noises such
For the past ten years or so, I have lived inside music. At all times I carry a device filled
My husband over dinner: “Chew. Chew. Smack. Smack. Swallow. Swish. Grind. Clink.” “Why are you chewing so loudly?!” I loudly
Researchers for the first time have identified the parts of the brain involved in a less-commonly studied trigger of misophonia,
I’m a fairly calm person, but one thing that launches me into a fit of rage is the sound of
Previous studies investigating misophonia have shown connections between the auditory cortex and orofacial motor control areas in the brain in
A woman with a rare condition that sees her fill with rage at the sound of eating has revealed she
Misophonia Test: Might You Have Misophonia? I avoid leaving the house because I can’t stand certain noises. I’m bothered by
Many people have sounds they don't like, such as chalk screeching against a blackboard or noisy eating in the cinema.