Could It Be Sensory Processing Disorder, Not ADHD?

Could your aversion to itchy fabric, scented candles, and crowded clubs be a sign of sensory processing disorder? Take this questionnaire to help you decide whether to see a physician for diagnosis and treatment of sensory processing disorder (SPD).

Question 15 of 15
Question 15 of 15
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Being in a crowded elevator with more than four people makes me want to break out and run.

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  • True
  • False
YOUR ANSWER : False
CORRECT ANSWER : True
Based on your results, it's very possible that you suffer from SPD or a related condition. Print out your results and discuss them with your healthcare professional at your next appointment.
Based on your results, it's very possible that you suffer from SPD or a related condition. Print out your results and discuss them with your healthcare professional at your next appointment.
Based on your results, it's very possible that you suffer from hypersensitivities that could be SPD or a related condition. There are three types of SPD that can make sufferers feel overstimulated by certain sensations and understimulated by others. Print out your results and discuss them with your healthcare professional at your next appointment.
You share some behaviors, and could have a form of SPD. There are three types of SPD that can make sufferers feel overstimulated by certain sensations and understimulated by others. If you're still concerned, consider bringing it up with your healthcare professional.
You probably don't have SPD. If you're still concerned, consider bringing it up with your healthcare professional.