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Misophonia: Overview and Treatment


The disease can put a cramp in your social life. You might avoid restaurants or eat separately from your spouse, family, or roommates. Or worse, you could act on what you feel. You might attack the person who’s making the sound – physical or verbally – cry, or run away from the situation.


Over time, you may respond to visual triggers, too. Seeing someone get ready to eat or put something in their mouth might set you off.


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