by Adeel Ahmad
Does the sound of people eating chips, clearing their throat, chewing gum, coughing put you in an rage? You might have misophonia.
Misophonia may cause a reaction to sounds such as dripping water, chewing, snapping gum, or repetitive noises, such as pencil tapping. People with misophonia can become irritated, enraged, or even panicked when they hear their trigger sounds. Treatment might involve therapy or lifestyle recommendations, such as using sound protection or creating "noise-free" zones within living spaces.
This is a follow up to my talk last year - get the slides now which I'll update for this year!
This is relevant for the tech community because of the need for deep concentration, and the proliferation of "open workspaces".
If you think you have misophonia - this session will change your life.
Engineering Lead at Caterpillar Digital Labs
Founder/Principal at Lab 1908
Advisor at a bunch of startups around Twin Cities and San Francisco.
Recently moved to MN from San Francisco where I spent the last 15 years in the startup community there.
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