Sensory processing refers to the way the nervous system receives, interprets, and responds to sensory input from the environment. Having a sensory regulation plan can help you identify specific sensory triggers that cause them to become dysregulated or overwhelmed. By having a personalized sensory regulation plan, you can improve your emotional regulation and distress tolerance, decrease sensory overload, and improve your overall ability to get through the day. Below you will find information and free printable resources so you can begin creating a sensory regulation plan that works for you.
THE 6th SENSE:
Have you ever wondered why weighted blankets are calming? Or why stress balls are called stress balls? Proprioception! Read more to learn about proprioceptive input and how you can get the benefits.
Do you hate mediating? You find your mind wondering and trying to quiet your mind is not relaxing. Good news: meditation doesn't have to be about sitting still and looking like this picture. Read more to learn how to incorporate sensory input.