The fear of loud noises.
Traumatic past experience associated with a loud sound
Part of the diagnosis of a migraine
Anticipating a loud noise
Discuss phobia with primary physicianObtain referral for a mental health specialist
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (educating the so that he is informed about his phobia)
Deep breathing and visualization
Anti-anxiety medication prescription
In extreme cases, the ligyrophobic may withdraw completely from all social contact in order to avoid noise.
The act watching a balloon being inflated beyond normal capacity can trigger an anxiety attack in a ligyrophobic.
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