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Doctor insights on: Sensory Defensiveness

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What is sensory integration disorder?

What is sensory integration disorder?

Think of it this way: Sensory integration disorder is a condition where false or misleading sensory information is sent to other areas of the brain for processing. A good reference for this subject is Too Loud Too Fast Too Bright Too Tight. This is a really good primer on sensory functioning and what happens when the sensory system doesn't integrate well. ...Read more

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Is sensory integration disorder real?

Very: Our senses have to operate together with our information processing centers seamlessly. Being hypersensitive, hyposensitive, or having sensory processing issues can lead to considerable difficulty managing the real world. ...Read more

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What are the main causes of sensory loss?

Too many to list: Sensation can be lost due to problems with peripheral nerves, and/or brain and spinal cord disease. In the usa, most common cause might be diabetes or alcohol/nutritional. World-wide said to be leprosy. Can expand by going to wikopedia, mayo clinic site, or even at www.Aan.Com. ...Read more

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Can kids outgrow sensory processing disorder?

Can kids outgrow sensory processing disorder?

Yes: In certain circumstances they will "outgrow" sensory issues. Mostly kids and the adults helping them, seek better accommodations for their sensory needs. Severity plays a role in how likely the child may be to outgrow an issue. ...Read more

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How are motor sensory and perceptual skills developed?

How are motor sensory and perceptual skills developed?

By exploration.: Children develop their motor sensory and perceptual skills by exploring their environment. When they are very young they explore a great deal with their mouth and this is why we see them m outhing objects. As they learn to get around by sitting up and rolling they can see more of their environment. As they crawl, walk, and climb they discover all that they can about their world. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Sensory loss?

Sensory loss: Sensory loss = impairment in function of senses such as sight, hearing, taste, smell, or tactile (such as feeling pain, hot or cold). ...Read more

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Is motor and sensory function reduced during polydactyly?

Is motor and sensory function reduced during polydactyly?

No: Polydactyly simply refers to extra digits. The digits may be complete or partial. The nerve and vessel distribution in the extra digit depends upon its completeness and lack of syndactyly. ...Read more

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What are some sensory-related developmental disabilities?

What are some sensory-related developmental disabilities?

See below: Sensory disability is common in autism, either excessive reaction to light, sound or touch but sometimes the opposite an unusual lack of sensitivity to painful stimulus. ...Read more

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Best ways to cope with sensory processing disorder? Any tips?

Best ways to cope with sensory processing disorder? Any tips?

Depends on the sense: The sensory system needs to function seamlessly with our information processing centers. Depending on the sensory area that is most affected, tips, training, skills, and accommodations are available from professionals like psychologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists etc. Seek a referral to one of the above to start developing plans ...Read more

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What is sensory processing disorder and how can it be treated?

What is sensory processing disorder and how can it be treated?

Let me explain: Sensory processing disorder is a complex disorder of the brain that affects developing children and adults. Preliminary research data support decades of anecdotal evidence that occupational therapy is an effective intervention for treating the symptoms of spd. ...Read more

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Please describe the" sensory pleasure " areas in the woman's body?

Please describe the" sensory pleasure " areas in the woman's body?

Highly individual: The obvious sensory pleasure derives from stimulation of the breasts and genital area. Heightened sensitivity comes from the warmth of the relationship between the partners. But almost any sensory area can provide pleasure depending upon the connection between the partners, the history of contact and the arousal of the partner. ...Read more

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How does children having sensory impairments affect their development?

How does children having sensory impairments affect their development?

Learning: We learn by what we see, what we hear, what we touch and what touches us. To a lesser extent, we learn by what we taste and smell. It is vital to check vision and hearing in a child with developmental delays. Likewise, it's important to know if a child can explore objects by touch. If there are deficits in any of these, alternative methods of teaching can help a child learn. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: sensory processing disorder?

What is the definition or description of: sensory processing disorder?

Integration: Sensory processing disorder occurs when signals from our senses (l.E., hearing, seeing) are not properly integrated in the brain. Because sensory information is not processed properly it make it difficult for a person to act on the sensory stimulation that they receive. ...Read more

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What medication would help with "sensory overload" asperger's syndrome?

What medication would help with "sensory overload" asperger's syndrome?

Sensory overload: People with asperger's syndrome are often very sensitive to pharmaceutical medications. But, some use low doses of antipsychotics such as Risperdal or seroquel (quetiapine) to help with sensory overload. For more clear anxiety-related complaints, low-dose ssri's might be tried. Some patients may not tolerate any of these -- and classical homeopathy with a well-trained homeopath could then be an option. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how are "sensory rooms" used to teach autistic children?

Can you tell me how are "sensory rooms" used to teach autistic children?

Sensory Rooms: "A sensory room is a place where children can use multi-sensory experiences to explore, to calm themselves, and to practice important social skills. There are many types of sensory rooms. Some multi-sensory rooms have bright lights, loud sounds, popping colors and fragrances. These rooms are designed to encourage language skills and emotions." ...Read more

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What can be done for a teen with severe spd (sensory processing disorder)?

What can be done for a teen with severe spd (sensory processing disorder)?

Depends on the sense: Our senses need to function seamlessly with our information processing centers. Psychologists and occupational therapists are qualified to do a sensory profile and begin targeting certain sensory issues and developing strategies to accommodate or train the sensory system to improve ...Read more

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How would care for loved one with a sensory-related developmental disability?

Support and info: I would recommend identifying resources in your community that will provide you with additional information and emotional support. Start by talking with your loved one's physicians to get a sense of what the diagnosis/prognoses are, then try and identify others in your community dealing with the same issue. Chances are others are struggling with the same problems and may have good advice. ...Read more

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What is a sensory processing disorder, and is there anything you can do about it?

What is a sensory processing disorder, and is there anything you can do about it?

Brain issue: Sensory processing disorder is usually diagnosed/treated by an occupational therapist. Ask your doctor for a referral. Affected children have difficulty properly interpreting sensory information. So they may be overly sensitive to sounds, textures or movement. The brain receives messages from the senses and turns them into motor and behavioral responses = processing. ...Read more

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How does having a disability and sensory impairments affect a child's development?

How does having a disability and sensory impairments affect a child's development?

It Depends: This is a difficult question.It depends upon what the difficulties are.Some may be serious and permanant impairments for the future. Some may be remediated with help and some may resolve with maturity.They are not all hopeless.For example a child with poor coordination may not be the best athlete but otherwise be perfectly normal in every other respect.If you wish, you can message me with detail. ...Read more