Researchers Explain Why Some People Are Extra Sensitive To Sounds of Eating and Breathing
February 7, 2017 | HumanBody | T.O'Callaghan
Imagine feeling angry or upset whenever you hear a certain everyday sound. It's a condition called misophonia, and we know little about its causes. Now there's evidence that misophonics show distinctive brain activity whenever they hear their trigger sounds, a finding that could help devise coping strategies and treatments.