How do I get diagnosed with Misophonia?

One of the key aspects of establishing the diagnosis of misophonia includes ruling out other hearing disorders, including tinnitus, hyperacusis, and auditory hallucination.

Misophonia has also been associated with mental health disorders such as Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Autism-spectrum disorders, and more. The disorder inherently causes the sufferer to become distracted when triggered and to have trouble disengaging from a trigger sound. This “distractibility” can be misdiagnosed as or co-occur with ADHD. Therefore, it’s important that the clinician screen for symptoms of depression, manic depression, ADHD, behavioral problems, and other mental health symptoms.

If you are not able to see a clinician right now, checkout this self-diagnostic test to see how you fare. Keep in mind that this online questionnaire is not a complete diagnostic test and cannot rule out any underlying problems or health concerns.

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