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DanMalcore

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I have just been informed of a new study completed on misophonia.  Here is the link:

http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(16)31530-5

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We thank you Dan, for keeping us all up to date on the Network with such scientific readings.  I did read the article on your prompting.

My only take away, observation and ongoing question in this study...and many others done on Misophonia...is that the age of onset of the disorder is usually declared to be in the prepubescent range of age.  It says little to nothing about the person who "comes-down-with-it" after a long, fierce & brutal battle with Category 4 Hyperacusis.

And finally, is it indeed true Misophonia that manifests in the Cat-4-Hyperacusis person who has already matured in years, or is it just a severe "PTSD-symptomatic/Misophonic-type" reaction, that develops within the said person?  The study does not reveal if any of the participants have indeed struggled with a strong case of Hyperacusis, first.  I know of many contributors to this forum, who have fit 'neatly & dearly' into that category; I being one of them.

Once again, thank you Dan. I covet more studies, on this very eluding, neurological condition.

AnthonyO

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Very Interesting Dan and Anthony... 
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