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  1. photo Groundbreaking study reveals biological basis for <b>sensory</b> <b>processing</b> <b>disorders</b> in kidsGroundbreaking study reveals biological basis for sensory processing disorders in kidsNews
    Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a condition in which the brain misperceives sensory information and processes information inefficiently. Such misperception profoundly affects how well a personRead more
  2. photo Soothe ADD/ADHD symptoms naturally with these tipsSoothe ADD/ADHD symptoms naturally with these tipsNews
    to increased attention, concentration, sensory processing and motor-visual coordination.Sources for this article include: [PDF]Read more
  3. photo Oregano oil keeps sunflower seeds fresh longerOregano oil keeps sunflower seeds fresh longerNews
    by the Institute of Food Technologists, shows that oregano essential oils can preserve the positive sensory attributes of sunflower seeds, helping them retain freshness and quality throughout storage. Oregano oilsRead more
  4. photo Flunked intuitive eating? You may not know when you are hungry or fullFlunked intuitive eating? You may not know when you are hungry or fullNews
    state of the body so that a person knows whether she is full or hungry, hot or cold, itchy or in pain. People who have problems processing sensory information, a condition called sensory processingRead more
  5. photo Gluten and inflammatory <b>disorders</b> of the brain and nervous systemGluten and inflammatory disorders of the brain and nervous systemNews
    is a significant trigger in psychiatric disorders, movement disorders, sensory ganglionapathy, ataxia, neuromyelitis, multiple sclerosis, cerebellar disease, cognitive impairment, dementia, restless leg syndromeRead more
  6. photo How the 'rampantly overused' ADHD label overlooks other REAL diseasesHow the 'rampantly overused' ADHD label overlooks other REAL diseasesNews
    is askew, and the clinician must determine the cause of the fever. The symptoms of ADHD may be present in more than thirty other disorders, ranging from problems with the sensory systems, mental illnessRead more
  7. photo ADHD and learning disabilities: Fact or fiction?ADHD and learning disabilities: Fact or fiction?News
    Controversy surrounds attention disorders (ADHD) as more and more children (and adults) are prescribed powerful, mind altering drugs such as Ritalin and Adderal, as many as 20 million childrenRead more
  8. photo What the Amish can teach us about health and happinessWhat the Amish can teach us about health and happinessNews
    of the main contributors to stress is the speed at which we move, think and process. We are bombarded with sensory information at every turn. Add to this a lack of connection and support, and stress can becomeRead more
  9. photo Autism and Ritualistic BehaviorsAutism and Ritualistic BehaviorsTreatment
    attempted to compare the development of ritualistic behaviors in people who suffer either from autism or OCD have found that while these behaviors are similar in early development of the processes over timeRead more
  10. photo Antipsychotic drugs shrink the brain and may accelerate psychosis for schizophrenics, study findsAntipsychotic drugs shrink the brain and may accelerate psychosis for schizophrenics, study findsNews
    lobe and periventricular area of those taking antipsychotic medications. This area of the brain plays a powerful role in retention of visual memories, storing new memories, processing sensory inputRead more

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Sensory processing disorder

Disease

Sensory processing disorder (SPD; also known as sensory integration dysfunction) is a condition that exists when multisensory integration is not adequately processed in order to provide appropriate responses to the demands of the environment.The senses provide information from various modalities, vision, audition, tactile, olfactory, taste, proprioception, vestibular system; that humans need to...More