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Default I have fear of loud noises

How I can find a solution? I have fear of fireworks, firecrackers and hammers!!

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IMHO - As infants have startle reflexes as they are still growing, Autism is a condition with neurologoical impairments and a reaction to noises is an automatic reaction as part of a safety response. Someones else may be able to give you better answers as how to control it.
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I find my MS has caused certain neurological changes and noise and hearing and safety responses are more apparent. Ability to sense physical changes may be heightened.
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