It might be a certain smell. It might be the noise of traffic, the hum of the air conditioner, the sunlight shining through the window. These sensory experiences that often enrich life suddenly become annoyances at best and painful at worst – forcing you into a dark and quiet room to escape from it all.
As with many other symptoms, often sensitivities can be caused by your brain’s inability to cope with the information it is being asked to process. For example, if you are often light sensitive, it may be because your brain working so hard to keep up with everything that it is being asked to coordinate that it cannot dampen the response to light or constrict the pupils.
Many of your symptoms may be attributed to your brain’s ability or lack thereof to regulate the information that comes in and out on a day to day basis.
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Dr. Jonas E. Marry
3150 Washington Road
McMurray, PA 15317
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