Experiments in ‘trigger taming’ and new Misophonia triggers

It has been several months since I started working on an¬†experimental treatment¬†to tackle my Misophonia. The treatment has been hit-and-miss, with my reaction to some trigger noises diminishing. For other trigger noises, the treatment has not been effective so far. Last fall, I was contacted by behavioral scientist Tom Dozier, who offered me the treatmentContinue reading “Experiments in ‘trigger taming’ and new Misophonia triggers”

Next Misophonia conference is mid-October in Florida

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”

Useful information on Misophonia, from the Portland conference

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”

Starting an experimental misophonia treatment that works with the body’s reflexes

I’m heading off in a new direction when it comes to seeking help for my misophonia, and I have no idea whether it will work. I was recently contacted by a behavioral scientist who offered to try an experimental treatment on me, free of charge. Since I’ll try almost anything to get rid of myContinue reading “Starting an experimental misophonia treatment that works with the body’s reflexes”

Misophonia experts on hand at Portland conference Oct. 25-26

Audiologists and other specialists who have been working with misophonia patients will be on hand to talk about the condition Oct. 25-26 at the First Congregational United Church in downtown Portland, Ore. As far as I know, it’s the first-ever misophonia conference, and it sounds like a variety of treatment ideas will be discussed. ToContinue reading “Misophonia experts on hand at Portland conference Oct. 25-26”