Many people have difficulty processing everyday sensory information; this is usually called having Sensory Integration Difficulties such as those with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Sensopath™ can have a beneficial effect on these sensory issues.
New Sensopath™ can offer relief from environmental as well as everyday sensory challenges that have the potential to trigger coping responses. It may also strengthen cognitive weakness across the wide range of sensory integration disorders.
Sensopath™ may also improve moderate attention deficits like ADD or ADHD since molecules transport their “messages” directly to the brain’s limbic system for improved focus and attention. Sensory issues are on the rise and Sensopath™ is needed more than ever.
Some autistic people experience hypersensitivities to sensory stimuli. Their olfactory senses can react and have a positive effect with eating disorders and other behavior disorders.
Hypersensitivity of the olfactory nerve causes the autistic person to not tolerate the smells in the surrounding environment including food. Normal or pleasant odors may be perceived by them to be malodorous and disturbing.
SENSOPATH™ gel was designed to have Autism Alleviation and to help “tone down” the certain perceptions by helping the autistic individual to modulate their default network and by providing a scent that is calming to the emotional centers of their brains.
Some people say being highly sensitive is actually a gift; although, it doesn’t always feel that way. A sensitive nervous system can present challenges in relationships, work environments, social situations and in coping with your own heightened emotional state. See of you fit this brief profile:
1. Exceptional sensitivity to sounds, smells, tastes, touch, temperature, bright light, stress or pain, can be a sign of imbalance, or a natural innate sensibility.
2. A heightened awareness to sight, sound, touch, taste, or smell.
3. Becoming stressed out and upset when overwhelmed.
4. Very conscientious, hard working but do not like being watched or scrutinized.
5. Comfort and well being when around a lake, river, stream, the ocean.
6. Mood swings, occurring almost instantly and affected by other people’s moods, emotions and problems.
7. Very intuitive and yet feel or sense something else is wrong.
8. Sometimes it’s said “you take things too personally.”
We have highly specialized odorant receptors in the olfactory system that receive only specific odorants that our brain is able to understand. These collective patterns of odorant signals created by the olfactory receptors correlate memories or sensations to them.
Odorants sensed by the olfactory system have the ability to transmit signals to the brain that can create mood, discomfort, satiation, memories, etc. This opens the doors to using the brain’s natural responses to odorants and the development of products that can improve feelings wellness or resolve, naturally.
Each NOXO Gel™ comes in a 3 oz tin. About 100 doses or applications.