Misophonia is a complicated condition that can be very difficult to understand. This post is a reprint of an Interview by Lynne Malcolm of the show All in the Mind (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). I sincerely thank her for both her consideration to misophonia sufferers and for the time she took to understand the complexities of this newly termed disorder. I hope psychologists as well as those with misophonia will take the time to read this interview transcript. Source: used with permission via reprint Don’t you hate the screech of a chair being dragged across the floor, or the sound of fingernails scratching down a blackboard? For some people certain sounds not only annoy them, but send them into panic, anxiety, and even rage. This hyper-sensitivity to certain sounds is a recently discovered condition called misophonia, and it causes people to rearrange their lives. We discuss the effects of this condition and the research underway to try and make sense of it. Lynne Malcolm: Hello, it’s All in the Mind on RN, I’m Lynne Malcolm. Today, the extremely annoying world of misophonia, a hatred of sound. We won’t be using any of the common trigger sounds for misophonia in this program because of the distress… Read full this story
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