Sound hypersensitivity – misophonia

Have you ever wondered why some people react strongly to sounds, even to ordinary everyday noises? My latest column Sound hypersensitivity – misophonia in Suzanne’s Health Corner on pages 8 & 9 of PnP Authors Magazine gives insight into this misunderstood reaction.

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Author: suzannenewnham

Writer, trance medium, health advocate (chronic pain). author of "Ethics of a Psychic Reading" as well as numerous published short stories & articles. Currently writing 2 non-fiction books: an awesome woman, born in the 1920s, who never believed in staying under a glass ceiling; and transformational stories based on coping, overcoming & living with chronic pain. For 4 years: columnist for PnP Authors Magazine; and since 2016 contributor on psychic ethics for International Psychics Association magazine. Published articles in scientific journal 'Life Research'; Health Care Consumer Association; and spiritual magazines; co-author 3 novellas, working on 4th. Member of various writing groups; pain related organisations; psychic & spiritual associations. https://suzanne-newnham.com f/b; twitter; Linkedin; Goodreads