Learn about sensory overload in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, what’s happening in the body, and how you can deal with it.
— Read on www.verywell.com/sensory-overload-in-fibromyalgia-and-chronic-fatigue-716021

2 thoughts on “Sensory Overload in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue”

  1. I would like to ask what sensory integration and OT interventions can be done to patients with fibromyalgia and CFS?
    Thank you in advance.

    1. Hello Lee Please could you explain more? When an OT does Sensory Integration, thorough assessment of the individual determines very specific personalised intervention. It would be hard to therefore give a response to what an OT does for ME or CFS – however fidelity to Ayres Sensory Integration therapy means the therapy would include sensory enriched activity including proprioception, vestibular and tactile input, it would be fun and should be paced so the person stays calm, organised and able to participate at the right level. We will post another post for you that links to this.

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