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Allan Schwartz, LCSW, Ph.D.

Did you ever lie awake in bed at night unable to sleep because of the sound of a dripping faucet? Did you ever feel enraged because someone sitting near you was chewing gum and making sounds while dong so? Are you someone who would like to wear a turtle neck sweater during the cold weather but cannot because it feels as though the touch of the fabric on your neck and throat is strangling? Do you react badly by the sudden and unexpected touch of someone, even if its someone you know and love? If you are familiar with any of these experiences you then have a good idea of what sensory defensiveness or sensory overload is all about.

However, what distinguishes you from those who fit the full diagnostic category of sensory defensiveness is that there are multiple stimuli that the sensory defensive person finds intolerable. As a result, daily life is deeply affected because it is difficult or impossible to work, have a relationship or engage in social interaction with other people. The reason for these limitations is that there are so many stimulating factors in the environment that cause real irritation that the individual is distracted and therefore, incapacitated. Many of these people withdraw into social isolation and this isolation as well as the sensitivity to stimuli, are depressing.

Read More …  http://www.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=34973&cn=5



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