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The Highly Sensitive Person Test

Are you a Dandelion, a Tulip, or an Orchid? Discover your sensitivity profile through a short test developed by scientists. Many of us have a good understanding of what it’s like to be a highly sensitive person. In fact, around

5 Daily Challenges that Highly Sensitive People Can Relate To

5 Daily Challenges that Highly Sensitive People Can Relate To

As a highly sensitive person (HSP), you’re a minority. About 15-20% of the population comprises highly sensitive people like yourself, which may mean that you grew up around people who were not highly sensitive and did not understand your sensitivity.

The 3 Subtypes of Highly Sensitive People

If you’re a highly sensitive person (HSP), you know you’re easily overstimulated/over-aroused, emotionally reactive, and sensitive to subtle stimuli. You are keenly aware of lights, sounds, smells, and temperature changes. You also process your thoughts, feelings, and emotions very deeply.

What Is A Highly Sensitive Person

What Is A Highly Sensitive Person?

Do you feel like you’re on an emotional roller coaster? Do you often have a difficult time with sensory input and find yourself feeling overwhelmed in crowded or noisy environments? If so, then there is a good chance that you

6 Facts About Highly Sensitive People Based on Research

The word “sensitive” is often used negatively, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Many good qualities come with being highly sensitive. And as it turns out, those who identify as highly sensitive are not rare at all –

7 Bodily Signs of Nervous System Dysregulation

7 Bodily Signs of Nervous System Dysregulation

The nervous system is one of the most complex systems in the human body. It helps regulate everything from your heart rate to your breathing patterns and even how you digest food. If it’s not functioning correctly, then all these

Top 10 Signs of a Dysregulated Nervous System

Top 10 Signs of a Dysregulated Nervous System

The human nervous system is an incredible creation. It regulates most of the functions in your body, including heart rate, breathing, and digestion. The healthy functioning of this system is necessary to maintain a high quality of life. However, many