Success Stories Read about people who have overcome their misophonia. This could be you!
Facebook Support Group (click here) Join Misophonia Treatment and Management group. This is a closed group to discuss misophonia and support each other through this life challenge. This is a positive (no ranting) support group.
What is Misophonia? (click here to see) Watch this video and hear a clear definition of what misophonia is and is not.
Treatments for Misophonia There are treatment options for misophonia. Read about them on the Treatment Options page.
Misophonia is an involuntary reflex With misophonia, anger is not a choice. The reaction is jerked out of the person by the sound. Anger, hate, rage, and disgust are common INVOLUNTARY emotional reactions.
Misophonia Won’t Just Go Away
The reflex reaction to the trigger sound actually strengthens the reflex. So instead of going away with time, it only gets worse. For many people misophonia only gets worse with time.
A New Treatment
Tom Dozier has developed a new treatment that is effective for many people. Many say there is no effective treatment for misophonia. We hope to change that. We know that the NRT treatment is effective for some.
Misophonia is an involuntary reaction to trigger sounds. It is actually an acquired reflex that is controlled by your brain stem (the Autonomic Nervous System). A misophonia trigger creates a strong emotional reaction (often anger or rage).