Psychological research is biased against neurodivergent people with ADHD, autism, and sensory disorders. This is especially true for women, a demographic that has been historically overlooked by researchers. Our latest Instaread on Divergent Mind highlights the strengths and talents of women who see the world differently than most of their peers, and provides tips for anyone who needs to combat sensory overload.
Design Your Environment
Think about the indoor environments where you spend the most time (likely your home and your office). The designs of these environments play an important role in regulating your central nervous system. Experiment with routines and rituals to find activities that soothe your senses. And pay attention to elements like color palette, which can affect your mood for better or worse.