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Old 01-04-17, 10:24 AM
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Re: Ideas for fixing sensory issues

Heat on in a car or in a home causes me great distress so I wear a lot of clothing to compensate and only use the heat or defrosters in the car to alleviate frost on the windshield. Sometimes just shopping in a store with heat on causes me to leave immediately. Same with air conditioning. It makes me feel as though I am unable to breathe and I struggle to do so.

I disconnected the fan from the lights in the bathroom because I hate hearing a fan. I only turn on the above the mirror lights that frame the top of the mirror and I exchanged the bulbs for the smallest wattage. High wattage bulbs feel like they burn my skin.

I would love to be able to use a softener on my clothing but even the unscented ones burn my skin when I touch the clothing afterwards.

I have so many sensory problems that unfortunately I have found myself to be more comfortable not interacting publicly at all.
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