From a celebration for #WorldPoetryDay by the National Autistic Society @Dan Uyemura Alex is this poem 'Sensory Overload' was written by Matty Angel, a woman with autism who lives in supported accommodation

From a celebration for by the National Autistic Society Uyemura Uyemura Alex is this poem 'Sensory Overload' was written by Matty Angel, a woman with autism who lives in supported accommodation

Does anyone else with anxiety get that thing where you just want everything to be quiet and when it's not, you just get really agitated and people's voices just start driving you insane? Yes it's called sensory overload.

Does anyone else with anxiety get that thing where you just want everything to be quiet and when it's not, you just get really agitated and people's voices just start driving you insane? Yes it's called sensory overload.

21 Songs That Have Helped People on the Autism Spectrum Cope With Sensory Overload

21 Songs That Have Helped People on the Autism Spectrum Cope With Sensory Overload

21 Songs That Have Helped People on the Autism Spectrum Cope With Sensory Overload Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

40+ things to put in a calm down bin or calm down box for kids with free printable list from And Next Comes L

40+ Things to Put in a Calm Down Kit for Kids {Free Printable}

Things to Put in a Calm Down Kit for Kids {Free Printable} things to put in a calm down bin or calm down box for kids with free printable list from And Next Comes L

Bright lights, loud noises, unfamiliar surroundings and situations. All of these can create stress—and sensory overload—for kids with sensory processing issues. It can also create anxiety over situations that lie ahead.

Sensory Processing Issues and Anxiety: What You Need to Know

Bright lights, loud noises, unfamiliar surroundings and situations. All of these can create stress—and sensory overload—for kids with sensory processing issues. It can also create anxiety over situations that lie ahead.

I think it’s called sensory overload. It’s really common in people with anxiety.it can also be a result of sleep deprivation, stress, or ever dehydration ! http://leftboob-enthusiast.tumblr.com/post/153896696138/mightbeinsaneforever-reynabcth

I think it’s called sensory overload. It’s really common in people with anxiety.it can also be a result of sleep deprivation, stress, or ever dehydration !

THINGS TO NEVER SAY TO Someone with Sensory Processing Disorder

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder

i'll either laugh uncontrollably... or go into a state of anxiety (24 hour anxiety attacks rule)... in which case, definitely, 100% leave me alone and let me go hide somewhere

Sensory Overload - I'll be okay soon, if left alone. Please don't talk to me or touch me. I would be grateful if you would explain this to anyone else who asks.

Sensory Triggers. What is sensory processing disorder. What causes sensory overload.

Recognizing Sensory Triggers in an otherwise typical child

This describes it perfectly #sensoryoverload

21 People Describe What Sensory Overload Feels Like

People with autism, sensory processing disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, post-traumatic stress disorder and more describe what sensory overload feels like.

a trigger can be a thing that causes:  - panic attacks - emotional flashbacks* - anxiety episodes - paranoia/delusions - hallucinations  - seizures - rage episodes - manic episodes - depression spikes  - suicidal thoughts - dissociative episodes  - sensory overload

squidsqueen: “ metapianycist: “ “It’s only a trigger if it causes horrible flashbacks” is so utterly divorced from how the concept of a trigger is used by actual real therapists a thing doesn’t have.

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