- Relief from environmental issues
- These sensory issues affects 5% to 16% of children
- Sensory problems have quantifiable differences in brain structure
- “Tones down” the perception of smells and environmental issues
Many people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have difficulty processing everyday sensory information such as smells. This is usually called having sensory integration difficulties, or sensory sensitivity. It can have a profound effect on a person’s life.
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New Sensopath™ , when applied topically, under the nose can offer relief from environmental odors and challanges that have the potential to trigger coping responses . Sensopath™ molecules transport their “messages” directly to the brain’s limbic system which can change behavior. Sensory issues are on the rise and Sensopath™ is needed more than ever. For additional information Contact Us
How Our Senses Work
Our central nervous system (brain) processes all the sensory information we receive and helps us to organize, prioritize and understand the information. We then respond through thoughts, feelings, motor responses (behavior) or a combination of these.
People with sensory integration difficulties – including many people with ASD – have difficulty processing everyday sensory information.
People who struggle to deal with all this information are likely to become stressed or anxious, and possibly feel physical pain. This can result in challenging behavior. For additional information Contact Us