ARE YOU SENSITIVE?
A Frequently Misunderstood Yet Normal Way of Being.
WHY DO SOME PEOPLE NEVER SEEM TO BE PHASED BY ANYTHING?
(and you feel so overwhelmed?)
Do you experience any of the following?
If so, you may have a genetic trait that is shared by 15-20% of the population.
Science calls it “High Sensitivity” or Sensory Processing Sensitivity.
So what does this mean for you?
EVERY GIFT HAS IT'S CHALLENGE
Does Sensitivity Affect
(Check out the article below.)
ARE YOU A HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSON?
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Sensitivity & Health
So what does sensitivity have to do
with chronic pain and illness?
Sensitive people experience everything more deeply – including stress.
Most us us know that stress can affect our physical and mental health. However, if you have underlying sensitivity — regardless of the origin — it can make you even more vulnerable to the effects of stress.
Let’s say, for example, that you had a difficult childhood or experienced traumatic events early in your life. Now that can affect anyone, but sensitive individuals tend to take those experiences in on a much deeper level than the average person — and that can translate into how your brain, nervous system and emotions work as you get older.
Sensitivity often responds best to a sensitive approach.
Many people who are sensitive often do not respond well to conventional treatment. In particular medications can hit them harder, make the symptoms worse, or give them side-effects. This does not mean that they should not receive conventional treatment, but it does mean that a natural approach in conjunction with their regular treatment can help them feel more in harmony with their body and makes them feel better overall.
In general, the best kind of treatment is going to give immediate relief of the symptom, but will also treat the ROOT of the problem or imbalance for more long-lasting and effective results.
Some common conditions affected by stress & sensitivity are: