The Sensory System: Part 2 of A Neurorelational Look at Anxiety in 4 Parts

This is the second of a four part series that looks at ways anxiety might originate in each of our four brain systems [1]. Part 2: Anxiety from The Sensory System [Note: In this post, diagnosis titles will be used to describe the extremes of sensory system distress. Extremes are used for the purpose of clarity and do not represent most of the children to whom these ideas apply.] The sensory system is often overlooked in identifying sources of stress and ways to soothe stress. When a sensory-defensive child enters a new situation and is bombarded with novel stimuli, the results of this system's response can be seen in behavior. The Red Zone [1] (sympathetic nervous system) stress response pro

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