Human-made noises are most likely to cause the reaction, and these sounds typically come from people who misophonia sufferers are close to, like family and friends. Eating, chewing gum and typing on keyboards are all commonly listed triggers. My Science Shop Observer's Handbook X Website access code Enter your access code into the form field below. But it varies from person to person. Kumar points out that our brains process sounds in more than one region.
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And because sounds linger in our memories, a trigger sound that annoyed you once might stick around to haunt you in different situations.
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Sadomasochism in the perversions: some thoughts on the destruction of reality.
Is there a scientific explanation for this auditory sadomasochism? Some people can control their symptoms with minimal difficulty, while others find themselves unable to endure even basic social situations. But those same sounds, those that send my blood toward its boiling point — I also really, really like them. Register for an account X Enter your name and email address below.