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Here is some information about SPD from Neurosciencenews.com. Sensory Processing Disorder is loosely defined as extreme reactivity to tactile, auditory, or visual stimulation. The onset of the reaction to this sensory input of seeing, hearing or touching can have a sudden onset and unpredictability. The child (and parents) can be stuck in flight, fight or freeze response in reaction to the environment. They are in constant fear of the reaction of the child to stimulus. This can be hearing a musical instrument, a sudden noise, etc. About and 90% of the population with autism also have this reactivity. However, this can include other factors such as fixated interests, repetitive motions, and social indifference.
Elysa Marco of UCSF and her colleagues have been researching these brain differences. They have found that there is a difference in the white matter of the children with SPD. These areas are related to perceiving, thinking, and learning. These traits also relate to the auditory, visual, and tactile abilities. Please look at this article if someone you know has these problems. It offers some help to seek.
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