Yeah, the one noise that drives up the fucking wall is when it is perfectly quiet and then I hear someone chewing food. I have very good hearing so I can hear the saliva moving from one side of the mouth to other, the wiggling of the tongue, the flexing of neck muscles...I think everyone gets this occasionally.
When you say, "100% positive" you have it, you mean you concluded on your own, or you've had an MRI and a doctor(s) has confirmed a diagnosis?100% positive I have it.
Loud Chewing and keyboard clacking in particular make me irrationally angry when I hear them.
I can hardly control my disdain whenever confronted with either.
Nah, definitely just a self diagnosis but like I said I feel an uncontrollable amount of borderline rage when I have to put up with the sounds of chewing or keyboard clacking.When you say, "100% positive" you have it, you mean you concluded on your own, or you've had an MRI and a doctor(s) has confirmed a diagnosis?
I ask because I have been very sensitive to sound (and movement, and almost everything having to do with stimulus) for almost two years now. It was only about nine months ago that I finally got confirmation of what it was. Until then, even while seeing a family doctor and neither of us quite certain what I was dealing with, I researched, suspecting various things, such as anxiety disorder, early onset of Parkinson's disease. Finally, the doctor referred me to a neurologist, who then sent me for an MRI.
The results showed a very large tumor in the left frontal lobe of my brain. Even with treatment for about the past six months now, I still experience, daily, issues with stimulus, and my understanding is, depending on where in the brain you may have issues (as well as other considerations), people may experience things differently.
Self-diagnosis...I think, obviously, researching for yourself is absolutely necessary and beneficial, but moving forward based on a self-diagnosis, I think it's probably not a great idea...