The condition misophonia was proposed
in 2003  to convey many of the same sentiments
as phonophobia but removing the phobic
connotation as an automatic accompaniment. This is
potentially useful as in some health economies it is not
lawful to treat a phobic condition unless one is a
licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. In 2004, Jastreboff
and Hazell describe misophonia as “a negative
reaction to sound results from an enhanced limbic and
autonomic response, without abnormal enhancement
of the auditory system.” They suggest that phonophobia
is a subsection of misophonia where fear is the
chief component. The word “misophonia” has yet to
enter widespread usage and is not a recognized term in
many healthcare databases such as Medline.



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