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Oversensitivity to sensory stimuli that are typically ignored . Easy overload, distress and distraction to specific sensory input, such as sound, smell, texture or lighting, especially in sensory overwhelming environments, such as a busy classroom or mall, may overwhelm hypersensitive children. Hypersensitive children may feel sensation faster, longer, or more intensely than expected.



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