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Effortless Results of Misophonia Treatment

Effortless Improvement From Misophonia Treatment

I’m grateful for clients who allow me to use my skills and expertise to help them live their best lives. Thank you so much. I received this amazing email from a client the other week and wanted to share her story with you on her journey with misophonia. She has asked for her name not

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Five Important Facts That Help Us Train Our Brain To Hear Better!

Did that you know that we can use our knowledge of practical Neuroscience to change how you react to sounds we don’t like? What is Neuropsychology? The modern sciences of psychology and neurology have been slowly but surely establishing a body of knowledge about the mind and its relationship to the brain and the body.

5 Things You Need To Know About Misophonia

5 Things you need to know about misophonia. Misophonia is the word used to describe an unusual hearing problem. Maybe you have experienced it yourself. It happens when a specific person or persons makes a certain sound or sounds and you find yourself experiencing very strong anger or total disgust. These sounds are often soft

A Nice Note from a Client

                    Thank You Bill.       All information is provided in the interests of Hearing Health education and is of a general nature. In all cases you should consult your doctor or other allied health professional for advice regarding your individual circumstances. 

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What is Hyperacusis?

The definition of what Hyperacusis is can sometimes be unclear as it varies. Hyperacusis is described as intolerance to a level of sound and people with hyperacusis reach a point at which sounds are too loud, even at lower physical levels. Other terms used to describe decreased sound tolerance include phonophobia, the fear of a

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