SPD Coping Strategies and Treatment Options for Adults

SPD Coping Strategies and Treatment Options for Adults

In today’s 24-hour world of constant sensory stimulation, most people can feel the need to retreat from time to time. From various digital communications throughout the day to bright lights, smells, and sounds, the barrage of sensory input we face can feel overwhelming. This is even more so for adults with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD),  … Read more

Using Online Therapy for SPD Symptoms

Online therapy is a service providing mental health support over the internet. Over the years, this novel mode of treatment has helped millions all over the world to feel better without having to step out of their homes. The primary tools used for communication in online therapy include email, text messaging, video conferencing, telephone, or … Read more

Incorporating Mindfulness to Help Children Cope With SPD

Mindfulness is the practice of gently directing your attention to the present moment. It involves focusing one’s attention and awareness on the sensory, cognitive, and emotional aspects of the present experience. This can be done through formal meditation or everyday activities. Mindfulness practices can be particularly beneficial for individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), as … Read more

Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Children With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

Children With Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) influences the brain’s processing and response to various stimuli or sensory information, encompassing touch, sound, taste, smell, and visual input. People with this condition usually experience a heightened sensitivity to stimuli compared to other people, however, SPD can also have the opposite effect resulting in a decreased sensitivity to various sensory … Read more

Create Sensory-Friendly Environment to Empower Individuals With Sensory Processing Disorders in Household Chores

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition affecting how the brain processes and responds to sensory information from the environment. Individuals with SPD may have difficulty organizing and interpreting sensory input, leading to atypical reactions or responses to various stimuli. This can impact their ability to engage in everyday activities, including household chores. Creating … Read more