Misophonia isn’t just getting annoyed with someone who smacks their gum loudly or too many people crunching on popcorn in a movie theater. Harvard Health said it’s a real disorder that can seriously compromise social and mental health. Click here to read more.
Those with misophonia can experience anger, rage and extreme discomfort when they hear ordinary noises like chewing food, breathing or yawning. Source: Kare 11 News