Sensory Defensiveness: 1. Explain why they respond the way they do to touch, movement, vision, smell, hearing & taste. W/ this they begin to gain control over the amounts and types of sensory stimuli they encounter. 2. Sensory & physical activities that make them feel better, such as applying pressure to the skin, experiencing heavy vibration, jumping on a trampoline, rocking in a chair or + extreme activities sev times/day. 3. Activity such as jogging, swimming, aerobics or weight lifting.