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Candid conversations with people who live with Misophonia. Misophonia is a disorder in which there is a strong sensitivity to certain sounds. A person with misophonia feels rage and an inability to focus on anything but that sound. It feels like a fight-or-flight response. Host Adeel Ahmad has misophonia and interviews other "misophones" from around the world. All episodes are edited to be more sensory-friendly including equalization and brown noise. If you'd like to be a guest, go to https: ...
 
The ATA is evolving its webinar series. We have listened to our members and present a new conversational podcast series on the topics of tinnitus and hyperacusis, "Conversations in Tinnitus." "Conversations in Tinnitus" podcasts are hosted by audiologists John A. Coverstone, AuD, current Editor of ATA's magazine, Tinnitus Today, and Dean Flyger, AuD, a private practice audiologist in Paris, TX. Each podcast focuses on current issues, research, and treatment methods for people living with tin ...
 
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Tom Dozier is a name that is very well known in the misophonia world. He has come up on a number of previous episodes as someone that guests have gone to seeking help for their miso. Tom is a behaviorist and founder of the Misophonia Institute. This is a rare interview that dives into his background and approach to misophonia. I make no judgment or…
 
A major obstacle to developing better treatments for tinnitus is the lack of a test or measure that can objectively assess whether someone has tinnitus and how severe it is. Making tinnitus measurable allows researchers to more easily assess the effectiveness of new treatments and meet the expectations of regulators in order to get those treatments…
 
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Christopher Spankovich, PhD, MPHTOPIC: Dr. Christopher Spankovich discusses how tinnitus interventions should address both the psychological and physiological impact of... The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) is proud to release the first episode in a new podcast series about tinnitus and hyperacusis.…
 
This week I catch up with a past guest, Tim - who was the fourth person I interviewed for this show. Many of you filled out a misophonia survey by Tim for a project he's working on and we'll get a little update on that. We'll hear how it's been like at college as they start opening back up in-person, as well as some success he's been having handlin…
 
André Felipe is in Brazil, happens to be a podcast producer, and is of course suffering from misophonia. He’s also a Highly Sensitive Person, a term that has come up in some previous podcasts. We talk about that, we talk about cultural differences in Brazil and how they affect misophonia, we get really deep into how miso has scarred family relation…
 
Jennifer is known to many of us as Miss Misophonia through her popular and very informative Instagram. We talk about themes she is hearing in the questions and feedback she gets, her coping mechanisms and how they’ve evolved over the years, and we get to hear about the book she is writing about misophonia. Miss Misophonia: Instagram More links --- …
 
There was a young woman from Cork Who hated the scrape of a fork If anyone dared She’d throw her death glare And leave them alone with the pork -- A. Ahmad Claire is my first guest from Ireland. She has lived on both sides of The Atlantic but is now back home. This was a really fun conversation. She actually comes from a large family of misophones,…
 
The two conditions are eerily similar: visual snow and tinnitus. The patient experience is often one of being misunderstood, and research is in its infancy. What can be done? Two pioneers in this field, patient advocate Sierra Domb and neurologist Dr Peter Goadsby, talk about their incredible experiences in trying to push the envelope for visual sn…
 
Excited to bring you this episode with Heather, maybe better known to some of you as That Girl With 4S - @chewwithyourmouthclosed, her social media account. She’s also quite active in forums helping people make sense of their miso and the the miso of family members. She’s been doing this for years. Heather came on and actually brought, her boss Mic…
 
This episode is an opportunity to learn about what’s going on in the brain of someone with tinnitus. Dr Will Sedley explains, in very clear and easy-to-understand terms, his own theory on the mechanisms underlying tinnitus, as well as the main other theories in the field. We also cover topics like: the factors that trigger the onset of tinnitus, wh…
 
If you were expecting this episode a couple days ago my apologies, I got over extended on a number of projects that I’m trying to finish off by the end of summer and had to slip this week’s episode. I assure you we’ll be back on schedule every Wednesday next week. I’m particularly bummed because Wednesday my guest’s birthday, so a very happy belate…
 
The company we interviewed for this episode, Frequency Therapeutics, is the subject of the most active thread on the Tinnitus Talk forum, with nearly 1 million views. So of course, we wanted to hear from directly! Frequency Therapeutics is working on a new hearing regeneration treatment. Preliminary results suggest the drug might work particularly …
 
Dr. Storch is a clinical psychologist, vice chair of Psychology at the Baylor College of Medicine, and leading a study at Baylor on misophonia. I'm usually speaking with other misophonia sufferers on this podcast but once in a while I like to bring great conversations with experts. We talk about his research (funded by the Misophonia Research Fund)…
 
A drug to quieten your tinnitus. It’s what most people struggling with tinnitus desire. We had the pleasure of interviewing Thanos Tzounopoulos, PhD, director of the Pittsburgh Hearing Research Center, on his work to develop just such a drug. His work builds on the previously somewhat successful off-label tinnitus drug Retigabine. That drug was tak…
 
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