Currently there is no universally effective treatment for misophonia and the search for a misophonia cure is slowly being studied and researched.
However, members of our forum have some suggestions to help reduce the intensity of triggers and discuss possible treatments. You can find the Support Forum here
Some people believe that avoidance of triggers may make the condition worse yet others find stress can be reduced by avoiding one’s known trigger events. People with misophonia are often engaged in seeking out effective coping mechanisms to use when exposed to problematic sounds.
Paying attention to the basics may help. People who have a healthy and balanced diet, engage in consistent and adequate exercise and manage stress may have less intense or less frequent problems with sensitivity to sounds.
Some possible treatment methods to explore are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Neurofeedback (NFB), Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) and psycho-therapeutic hypnotherapy. There are other treatment methods as well.
The use of sound generating equipment, ear plugs and sound masking audio may be of use and are worth investigating. Some people have had success with these methods of treatment and symptom management.
In your attempts to find relief and manage symptoms, you may need to explore more than one treatment method. An effective combination of different approaches may emerge. Don’t give up!
Explore all the methods other people use to see if they are helpful to you. Many people find ways to reduce the symptoms they experience and in so doing, help make their lives easier. You may wish to review some resources available on the Sound Rage website.
Various treatment methods will be added to this section when they become available for review. Have you heard of a treatment or had success with a coping mechanism? Share it with others!
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