I started this blog nearly a decade ago because I felt that more awareness was needed about this condition. I am so grateful to see that, as more people have come forward about their Misophonia experiences, awareness has grown to the point where this condition is being researched in a meaningful way and us Misophones have strong advocates in our corner.
After many attempts at trying to curb my Misophonia, I decided to try my most expensive option yet: neurofeedback. I’m apprehensive to even write about neurofeedback because I don’t want this post to seem like an endorsement of the method. But basically, the neuro process works like this: you relax in a chair with aContinue reading “Serious misgivings after trying Neurofeedback for my Misophonia”
The second-ever Misophonia Association conference will be in Orlando, Florida this year, and organizers say it will likely take place October 10-11. I can’t attend this year, but I had the privilege of going to the first-ever Misophonia Association conference last year in Portland. I found it extremely beneficial to learn from the specialists ofContinue reading “Next Misophonia conference is mid-October in Florida”
I attended the first-ever conference for people with Misophonia about a week ago in Portland, Ore., and I’m still digesting a lot of what I learned. Here’s a brief list of some of the takeaways from the conference: Misophonia.com has a letter to physicians that you can print out and bring with you to theContinue reading “Useful information on Misophonia, from the Portland conference”