Autism symptoms: Three behavioural signs to watch out for – 'crucial' to get checked out


On the contrary, hyposensitivity can manifest as an attraction to bright and vibrant stimuli.

This is because hyposensitivity can cause difficulty recognising sensations like hunger, illness or pain.

People with hyposensitivity may seek more sensory input from their environment.

For example, they may stimulate their senses by making loud noises, touching people or objects, or rocking back and forth, the autism charity explains.



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