About Us

Misophonia is a struggle without clear answers. Getting diagnosed is tough, and there's no dedicated medication yet.

But we're here to help. Our test empowers you to self-evaluate through our in-depth Misophonia Test.

Get personalized insights into your condition's severity. Gain access to valuable coping strategies and resources.

Learn to understand your misophonia symptoms better and improve your daily life

The Misophonia Challenge

With healthcare professionals overburdened and specialized centers scarce, numerous individuals worldwide are left waiting years to receive a formal diagnosis for their condition—if they receive one at all.


An online survey conducted by Guetta et al. found that 13.5% of a sample of 297 healthy adults reported clinical misophonia symptoms


Up to 18% of the UK population suffer from misophonia, or an increased intolerance to certain sounds such as a person chewing


A study of 541 individuals revealed a 12.8% misophonia diagnosis rate and 78.9% experienced distress from misophonic sounds


A study with 336 medical students found 49.1% exhibited clinically significant misophonic symptoms

Innovative Approach to Misophonia Testing

We have developed an advanced online diagnostic tool for Misophonia, subjected to thorough review and extensive validation. Now enhanced with AI capabilities, our platform offers a unique solution to tackle the challenges of Misophonia.

Our system seamlessly integrates the compassionate expertise of real human specialists with the efficiency and potential of digital tools.

Sound Sensitivity
Emotional Responses

  • Experiences irritation from specific sounds
  • Displays sudden anger or distress to ordinary noises
  • Cannot concentrate in sound-rich environments
  • Feels the need to escape situations where triggering sounds occur
  • Develops anticipatory anxiety about potential noise
  • Shows avoidance of social situations to control sound exposure
  • Uses headphones or earplugs to manage surroundings
  • Reacts negatively to sounds others typically ignore

  • Shows immediate and intense emotional responses to certain sounds
  • Manifests symptoms of panic or anxiety when exposed to triggers
  • Frequently feels overwhelmed in everyday environments
  • May react verbally or physically when triggered
  • Describes certain sounds as unbearable or torturous
  • Needs strategies to manage reactions in real-time

Our Consultants

Marianna Nikiforou

Marianna has been exploring the depths of sound sensitivity disorders, including Misophonia, since her early twenties. Now a clinical psychologist, she continues to seek out methods to support individuals in managing their sensory challenges effectively.

Adeel Sarwar

Adeel, a psychotherapist with expertise in sensory processing disorders, focuses on the effective management and treatment of conditions like Misophonia, helping clients to regain control over their emotional responses and improve their quality of life.
email: [email protected]

Diagnostic Tools for Misophonia and Health Evaluation

Our tests utilize tools such as AMISOS-R, SF-8, and DVMSQ to accurately diagnose misophonia and assess general health quality, making them ideal for both clinical and research settings. These assessments enhance health evaluations and support effective treatment planning. Widely used by healthcare professionals, researchers, and patients, these tools are essential for comprehensive health evaluations.


Amsterdam Misophonia Scale-Revised is a diagnostic tool used to assess the severity and impact of misophonia symptoms in individuals. Misophonia, characterized by strong emotional reactions to specific sounds, requires reliable measures for accurate diagnosis and research.


Short-Form Health Survey (SF-8) is a brief version of the more extensive SF-36 Health Survey, designed to provide a concise measure of health-related quality of life (HRQoL). The SF-8 was developed to be efficient while still capturing essential information about an individual’s overall health status. It’s widely used in health research, clinical trials, and healthcare evaluations due to its brevity and effectiveness.


Duke-Vanderbilt Misophonia Screening Questionnaire (DVMSQ) is a novel self-report instrument designed to screen for misophonia symptoms and determine "caseness" of misophonia in both clinical and research settings.


Understanding your Misophonia scores can help you identify the severity and triggers of your condition, as well as the impact of environmental factors on your symptoms.

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