Unfortunately, I haven't noticed any improvement with my misophonia trigger sensitivities since starting the intense workouts. In fact, just yesterday I had to walk out of a team coordination meeting barely 15 minutes after joining everyone. There was only one seat open in the room and when I sat down, the person to my left was biting his nails, the person to his left was drumming his fingernails on the table, and the woman to my right was incessantly clicking her ball point pen. I wasn't able to ask the person to stop drumming his fingernails since he was so far away and I felt uncomfortable asking the guy to stop biting his fingernails. It was also hard for me to ask the woman to my right to stop because she was talking as she was clicking her pen but at one point, when the conversation switched to the other end of the table, I whispered to her, "Can you please stop clicking your pen like that?" She stopped for about 5 minutes but then she began clicking away the moment she started talking again. There were just too many people around me creating various triggers, so I quietly collected my things and walked out of the meeting.
About a half hour later, I noticed the people who were at my end of the table (the ones creating the triggers) left the room but the project manager and a few other people continued discussing some items. I went back into the room to hear their discussion and catch up with anything I may have missed. There was a moment when I was able to discretely speak to the project manager alone and since I had already told him about my misophonia a couple of months ago, when I started to apologize for leaving the meeting early, he smiled at me and made a indirect comment that indicated that he understood. (I forgot what he said exactly.) It's nice to know that most of the people here are very understanding of my situation.