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kbunny

823d

i have been getting so over-stimulated lately, thats the only way i know how to describe it. i just get to wear light and noise or anything is too overstimulating and makes me insane and my nerves go crazy. can anyone relate? or any suggestions on what i can do to help? noise cancelation? etc..

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    • ladyrn

      823d

      If I go to a function or event, then I plan on down day afterwards

    • ladyrn

      823d

      If I go to a function or event, then I plan on down day afterwards

    • ladyrn

      823d

      Yes, I need quiet, darkness. Over stimulation I find Wil knock me down for a day or two

    • Lots_of_ish

      823d

      I often feel that way but I am not sure if it’s from fibromyalgia, fatigue, chronic pain, migraines and/or all of the above. I can’t really do anything about it during the day but I try to sit in a quiet room when I can. When I go home I try to rest. If you have any other tips I’d take them as well!

      • kbunny

        823d

        @Lots_of_ish yes exactly, i have a plethora of issues, not sure what its caused by. I also try to keep everything dark and quiet. But even like when im driving in my car, no radio, windows up, sometimes hearing cars driving by outside is overstimulating. Im thinking about trying noise canceling headphones or ear buds. And maybe some super dark sunglasses

    • kbunny

      823d

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