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Misophonia is a newly defined sound intolerance disorder characterized by strong multi-modal emotional responses to aversive repetitive auditory cues and associated stimuli. This prototypically features highly unpleasant physiological, cognitive, and behavioral responses elicited by oral or facial cues (but can include other sounds) made by others (eg, chewing, throat-clearing). No specific treatments are recommended at this time for all people with misophonia. Instead, we recommend a multi-disciplinary treatment strategy with audiology, occupational therapy, and mental health clinicians.

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