Sensory overload: Symptoms, causes, and treatment : Medical News Today


Sensory overload is the over stimulation of one or more of the body’s senses. It often affects people with certain conditions, such as autism or ADHD. Learn more.

Source: Sensory overload: Symptoms, causes, and treatment : Medical News Today

Brushing 


21andsensory

I have always found all types of brushing sensations hard to tolerate ( in order of easy to worst) e.g:

  1. Brushing my hair
  2. Brushing my teeth
  3. People brushing up against me

Before I saw an OT when I was in primary school I was totally unable to care for myself. I couldn’t brush my own hair or teeth. I also found it particularly hard to clean and wash my own body due to the varying sensations it caused. Im determined to start a brushing routine and introduce it as part of my daily sensory diet. My mum always says I’m a much happier person generally when I keep up my brushing programme. I will upload my plan to this blog incase anyone else wants to try it or just follow my progress and I will also record my mood each day and monitor any changes. 😊

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