Human brain is one strong powerful tool which makes them stand tall well above all other creatures. The ability to think, interpret and decide distinguishes human beings from other living beings.
Human mind is sensitive too and over-sensitivity leads to stresses, strains, anxieties and paranoid thoughts.
Psychological problems have become common and prevalent in modern day societies and encompass people from all backgrounds, demographics and financial status.
We become over-cautious when we are suffering from some sort of mental diseases, which can be depression, a neuron-sensory disorder, phobias and traumatic disorders.
One subtle dimension, a sub-disease or mental discrepancy which pops out of a clinical psychological disease is Misophonia.
The normal sounds which are heard and correctly interpreted by our brains as innocent are declared obnoxious and start causing turbulence provoking more lethargy, distress and anxiety.
Decreased tolerance for a normal byte of sound is Misophonia in short. We show strong resentment because our mind has responded irrationally and provoked the release of hormones, cortisone and adrenaline, which incites hatred, agony and panic for a very normal sound such as the sound of eating.
Release of adrenaline and cortisone by our brain after miss-interpretation of the stature and class of sound, triggers a fire-fighting situation and our body is ready to respond to the call of the brain by showing strong agony, fear, panic, annoyance, distress, anger and violence for an innocent sound.
Mentally dejected and disturbed people such as the ones suffering from depression, psychotic disease such as Schizophrenia and narcissism, are more prone to be afflicted with Misophonia.
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