Who gets these issues?

Today, I’m going to mention who else gets SPD issues and also generally what kinds of folks despite diagnosis’s get them.

I like to think of folks with certain disabilities and the norm in a layered system kinda. In the sense of who’s effected the most buy issues making them the farthest from normal. To those only slightly quirky at times. And everyone in between. And I think at the moment this might help you, to understand some things. So, let’s break this down, shall we? 

The disabilities mentioned within each layer that weren’t previously mentioned are diagnosis’s others may sometimes have who would especially possibly benefit from some sensory solutions/ knowledge. For a review, they are ADHD, Dyslexic, hyperlexia, PTSD,  hyper insomnia, insomnia, Hypotomia, GI obviously, survivors of Carbon Monoxide poisoning, and I’m sure there are others. People with these issues are far more likely to have or get other problems in life. Same, if it’s in there genes and not detectable.

So in the middle we have the core were we have high functioning ASD individuals.  If we included everyone with ASD they would be in there first own circle making HFA get the second circle around the core. Then we have folks with what use to be called Aspies. Second circle. Third we have people with dyspraxia, fourth circle PTSD, followed buy roscia. So the larger the circle the less sensory issues if that individual manifests any ( / significant ones) . The 6th I think I should be ADHD . I’ll edit this post possibly later.   

The main reasons for this post are the following

To remind you or tell you that many types of challenges or differences people have can or do effect sensory challenges. 

For those with it too see some other people outside of their (Diagnosis Hopefully) that will have the same or similar issues. This is partly important for partner selection. Others with sensory issues even if they don’t call themselves or admit as having it. Will more happily and comfortably adjust if they as well have their own challenges with these sorts of things. 

To see a larger audience then those with ASD benifitting from my advice/ guidance. 

To show different degree’s. For example, some with ONLY sensitive skin could be (– the toxins) fine with certain unscented or fragrance free products. Despite the products true reality. Someone with roscia or ASD however, wouldn’t be. Because they are hypersensitive to every tiny little amount of every bad ingrediant. No matter how miniscule it is. Someone with only sensitive skin, overall can handle some scents, etc. Just not all, and there can’t be too many of them. Or any one ing.  that is too strong. The same with other unneeded ingrediants in their cosmetics. 

The more someone is genetically different (not just how many differences, but the severity, of the ones they have) the more he or she is likely to have other issues./ The more he or she is more easily programmed (So to speak) the easier it is for them to catch or inherent other issues down the road. 

Make sense now?  I hope so. 


  1. Keith Murfee-DeConcini May 5, 2014 at 11:23 pm

    A diagram for this post showing the levels would be useful, especially for those who have trouble keeping everyone in the level you are referring to.

    Also the word you want to use is “by” instead of “buy”

    • sensorysolutions1com May 18, 2014 at 12:43 am

      Thanks Keith!

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