SPECIAL CASES: AUTISM and ATTENTION DEFICIENCY (ADHS)

There are two special areas, which i haven't covered.
I am no expert, but i wonder if the exercises on smelling, and especially humming and the sense of taste – could be a stabilising influence for autistic people, and people who are extremely sensitive or agoraphobic.

Again, i am no expert, and there are many different forms of attention deficiency, but especially for children and people with ADHS, learning the balance of focused and broadband sensing might help.

A child's natural broadband sensing may sometimes be confused with daydreaming. And, broadband games may constructively channel daydreaming.

I'd be very interested in communication with experts in these fields.


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