Sensory Overdrive and Sensory Deprivation

Sep 25, 2012 by

Sensory Overdrive and Sensory Deprivation

Limited practice, however, is associated with emotional and psychological therapy, an antidote to a daily overdose of stimuli. Below the jump, a review of the London clinic Floatworks, where visitors pay for short sessions which block everything out and are akin to meditation; and below that, the first part of the BBC Horizon program which investigated extended effects of the sensory deprivation.

Sensory Overdrive and Sensory Deprivation

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