Memorial Hearing Treatment for Hyperacusis and Misophonia

Treatment for Hyperacusis and Misophonia

Misophonia causes an emotional response to certain trigger noises. Hyperacusis causes physical discomfort as if the volume of everyday noise was much louder. Sound therapy and other options can treat or even cure hyperacusis and misophonia. Certain noises can be irritating for everyone. For example, screeches on a chalkboard can cause anyone to squirm, and …

What’s The Difference Between Misophonia And Hyperacusis?

In this blog you will learn: Misophonia and hyperacusis are two forms of sensitive hearing. Misophonia causes strong emotional responses to sounds, whereas hyperacusis causes physical discomfort. Both conditions can be treated effectively with hearing aids and therapeutic interventions. Have you ever experienced a sound that you couldn’t stand? Sensitive hearing is a common issue …

Kids and Hearing Aids

Having a child diagnosed with hearing loss can be a scary and sometimes overwhelming experience. Fortunately, modern hearing aid technology can often provide substantial relief from the effects of hearing loss. However, wearing hearing aids can present challenges of its own, especially for young users. The following information on kids and hearing aids will help …

How Wearing Face Masks Bring An Extra Challenge to Hearing Loss

The face mask has become a staple of our “new normal,” widely recommended by medical professionals as a front line of defense in fighting the COVID-19 global pandemic. In many parts of the country (and the world), mask mandates require the public to wear their masks anytime they’re away from home – whether that’s at …