What is hyperacusis?

Hyperacusis is defined as a reduced tolerance to everyday sounds. Contrary to common belief, these sounds need not be loud; individuals with hyperacusis may find themselves sensitive to seemingly mundane sounds such as running water, voices, or clanking plates. This condition stems from auditory dysfunction, where external sounds are internally amplified within the brain.

Hyperacusis retraining therapy aims to lower the internal volume within the auditory system and desensitise the brain. Dr Sanda has helped many individuals regain their life using this particular therapy

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Hyperacusis Retraining Therapy

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