Misophonia-Neurofeedback

Misophonia: Sound Sensitivity and How Neurofeedback Can Help

While the name may not be familiar, the symptoms are. Misophonia is a sensitivity to sound that can trigger feelings of anxiety, anger and fear. Many people suffer from this condition without ever knowing it.

We all react to the sounds around us. If a horn is too loud, we feel tense. If someone is drumming their fingers loudly, we get annoyed. But for those who have misophonia, those feelings are amplified, often by more general sounds like chewing, coughing or the clicking of a pen. This can compromise a person’s quality of life by impacting their ability or desire to socialize and function in a public environment.

Misophonia’s origin lies in the brain. It is caused by dysregulation in the areas of the brain that process sound, located right above the ears in the temporal lobes. Fortunately for those affected, there is a solution that may help.

Neurofeedback is a computer based system that targets the areas of the brain that are functioning irregularly. Over time and with multiple sessions, neurofeedback may be able to help improve or even eliminate misophonia by realigning irregular brainwaves and helping the brain to function better. Neurofeedback is safe, non-invasive and has decades of qualified research and case studies that prove its effectiveness in improving brain-related disorders.

To learn more about neurofeedback and how to properly identify misophonia with a QEEG brain map, please click the link below. For those affected, this could hold the answer to finally getting relief from the symptoms of sound sensitivity.

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