Header bar blue
GENERAL LINKS
footer bar blue narrow
RESEARCH LINKS
white bar top
VIDEO LINKS
footer bar blue narrow
SOUND MASKING NOISE FILES
footer bar blue narrow
Sound masking is the addition of natural or artificial sound into an environment to cover up unwanted sounds. At an appropriate audio level, sound masking noise can help to reduce or eliminate the sound of misophonia  triggers. The color of noise is determined by a broad characteristic of its power spectrum. But what's important to know is which color sound will work for you in a specific situation. In very simple terms, you could think of white noise as a hiss, pink noise as a buzz, and brown noise as a roar.

The mp3 files here can be used as is or extend play by using a loop playback on your mp3 player.
GENERAL COPING MECHANISMS for your consideration
  • Use sound canceling headphones when you must remain within earshot of any of your triggers.
  • Play music or perhaps have some sound masking audio noise playing within your environment.
  • People with misophonia sometimes feel that their reactions to trigger sounds are worse when they are stressed, tired, or hungry. Being aware of this can help reduce the frequency and intensity of your reactions.
  • Tell people that you care about what it is that you're experiencing and ask for their help.
  • Positive affirmations when exposed to a trigger may reduce the trigger's effects.
If you suffer from misophonia then you know it is a stressful matter. Meditation is a great way to relieve stress.
footer bar blue narrow
Resources
Misophonia Online - In Search Of A Cure | The HUB
on the internet
HOME
NEWS
RESOURCES
Misophonia on the Internet
Copyright © 2016 ThunderPages