If you’ve ever felt infuriated by the noises of people chew, breathing, or swallowing you may have misophonia. Misophonia affects between 10 to 60% of the population, and can be extremely detrimental to the ability to enjoy normal relationships, and everyday life. Like many psychological conditions, a large component of the problem is the person’s focus of attention. Too much attention to background noise allows that noise to become exaggerated in the mind of the listener. When that happens, thought processes help to exaggerate the importance of the noise.
Hypnotherapy is a fantastic tool that can help change the way we focus our attention. Refocussing attention on more interesting and important things, and thinking differently about the presence of noise are essential to overcoming misophonia. This recording brings together the value of hypnotherapy with the power of visualisation to assist you to shift your focus of attention and stop caring about background noise.
Michelle Harris is a psychologist in Melbourne, Australia. She has used hypnotherapy as part of her practice, helping people with illness to overcome the mental battle that can slow recovery. The hypnotherapy in this recording is based on more than 20 years of clinical experience, and an understanding of what works best for most people.
FOR BEST RESULTS
Take the time to listen to the hypnotherapy recording once every 2 to 3 days, until you start to feel a reduction in symptoms. Once you have started to notice a small improvement then start using the sound bite track as a form of exposure. Exposure to noise is an important component of overcoming misophonia. You should listen to the sound bite track regularly, interchanging it with the hypnotherapy track.
Continue using the 2 tracks until you have achieved your goals. Be aware that it may take weeks to months of use to achieve your goals. Misophonia is known as a condition that improves slowly.
- We’re all a bit different! Recorded hypnotherapy is designed for a wide audience, and cannot cater to the needs of every individual. There may be problems specific to you that are not addressed in this recording. You may need to consult a psychologist who practices hypnotherapy for assistance with those problems.
- If you fall asleep when listening to the recording you will not get the full benefit of it. Try not to listen to it in bed, or when you are very tired.
- If you are unsure whether hypnotherapy is the right tool for you for any reason please consult your doctor or a psychologist.
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