We humans perceive the world as different. Discover the four types of allergies and learn their strengths and weaknesses.
The basics in brief
- There are four different types of sensitivity with different perceptions.
- Doctor. Patrice Werch writes monthly about the cognitive ability of neurosensory.
- He developed a test to identify the types of allergies.
Do you often experience emotional vertigo? Do you get rid of negative things in the balance quickly? Can you particularly enjoy and appreciate positive things?
If this is the case, then you are probably one of the so-called “generally sensitive” people. This means that you have a strong perception and that the sunny and shaded sides are roughly balanced.
Increased empathy and creativity are seen as the sunny side of increased cognition.
Because of this heightened awareness and deeper processing of stimuli, the downside is an increased vulnerability to overstimulation.
The four types of allergies
So far I have received my first insights into general sensitivity. But there are also low sensitivity, weak sensitivity, and preference sensitivity.
These four types of sensitivity have different levels of perception and sensitivity.
The following table shows the four types and their sensitivity (in) to positive and negative influences:
Regarding the table, it should be noted that The term “high sensitivity”, which is increasingly being discussed in public, rather denotes the unfavorable sensitivity of the weak.
Thus the four types of sensitivity allow an entirely new perspective on the subject.
We can be sensitive and flexible
When we have a higher consciousness, we can be sensitive and flexible at the same time.
The latter psychology calls this “credit sensitivity” (“credit” is the scientific shortened form of “feature”).
For a long time it was believed that only less sensitive and cognitively impaired people could survive.
However, increased neural sensitivity and thus increased cognition can be just as resistant. At the same time, they can maintain their increased acceptance of positive things.
Thick skin has its advantages and disadvantages
Less sensitive people with less awareness have thicker skin. This can protect against overstimulation by stimuli, for example.
However, this thicker skin also often reduces the perception of positive things – such as smells or soft sounds (see the scientific term “preference resistance” and thus “benefit resistance”).
It shows in a wonderful way how different we humans can be.
What kind of allergy are you?
Doctor. Patrice Wyrsch offers free allergy test To determine the type of personal sensitivity.
About the author: Dr. Patrice Werch conducted research on University of Bern on neurosensitivity and is considered a pioneer in this field. His book Neurosensitivity has already been published in German, English and French.
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