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“The condition is called misophonia -- literally "hatred of sound" -- and occurs when a common noise, whether it's something like a person chewing loudly, water dripping or someone "ahem"-ing, causes you to become anxious or angry, more so than a typical response, TODAY reported.”
“Everything I have turns into a boiling pot of rage, and then I have to talk myself down," Adah Siganoff, who suffers from misophonia, told TODAY.”
“Moller, a neuroscientist at the University of Texas at Dallas who specializes in the auditory nervous system, included misophonia in the Textbook of”
“These people like sound, the louder the better," she said of misophonia patients.”
“But sufferers of misophonia, a newly recognized condition that remains little studied and poorly understood, take the problem to a higher level.”
“People with misophonia have an extreme reaction to certain sounds, often becoming enraged or anxious at the sound of chewing or someone clearing his throat, reports today's Science Times.”
“I don't think 8- or 9-year-olds choose to wake up one morning and say, 'Today my dad's chewing is going to drive me insane,' " said Marsha Johnson, an audiologist in Portland, Ore., who runs an online forum for people with misophonia.”
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