Plus as suggested at the end of the Youtube video if you are interested is the link:
Defense Mode: A Different Perspective On Understanding And Helping Someone With Asperger's
Oh snap, I could procrastinate on this forever. This is amazing thank you. I h ave actually gone beyond just looking at reasons for my weirdness. I find this stuff fascinating.
This is why I thought Autism is always there. And is just revealed by stress. It seemed to come and go with me. Alas, no Psychology degree.
I made a connection with stress and reducing intelligence, through my personal training. So rather than stressors reducing everything, biological functioning, gut function, cognitive load. The reverse is true. Exercise seems to just wake me up.
This would fit with.
Two things. When I get stressed I fight or withdraw. And proposing to do something like writing a strong letter usually snaps me out of depression/inaction. And I don't get colds often, but when I do I'm out for a few days.
Do you think this is why I feel better after running and can run and think better?
What do you think?
NOTes to self:
Told to me by a NAS worker.
When you get stuck, go for a run. After a few minutes allow yourself to think of the problem, a bit at a time.
If you think you can't finish just start.
probiotic, press-ups, premeditation, premature, pressure, presence, preambulatory
Oh snap, I could procrastinate on this forever. This is amazing thank you. I have actually gone beyond just looking at reasons for my weirdness. I find this stuff fascinating.
I have always myself found great fascination in researching and studying why I and other divergents were odd ones out in society and why the odder ones in were the odder ones in also.
Well the change from the genetic causality hypothesis (now demoted from theory status) to the epigenetic theory is pretty much only just beginning to become common knowledge, and new thinking does take some getting used to more often than not for most people.
Well the getting stuck thing involves the Freeze response, the narrow single point focus is the Flight response and the meltdown is the Fight response ~ as far as autism in general goes.
So changing the theme of the Freeze, Flight or Fight response to release the cortisol build up through exercise of some sort ~ will be somewhat more refreshing than remaining as a hypertensive percolator for however long!
Hot epsom salt detox baths or really cold showers are other options if exercise is not a goer perhaps.
This reminds me of a myth I learned on holiday in the Swiss Alps. Therm vals. here https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g954021-d1907755-Reviews-7132_Therme_Vals-Vals_Canton_of_Graubunden_Swiss_Alps.html
Deepthought said:Hot epsom salt detox baths or really cold showers are other options if exercise is not a goer perhaps.
The myth is: if you go from very hot to very cold and then back - the shock means you will not get a cold that year.
I did it and got a cold that year. lol.
Are you saying to become unstuck you just simply relax in it your stuckness for a bit?
Deepthought said:I have always myself found great fascination in researching and studying why I and other divergents were odd ones out in society and why the odder ones in were the odder ones in also.
I believe at one point, ADHD ASD brains were the pinnacle. You know being on edge and paying attention to everything except people was the best.
And now I have another theory, that we evolve this and the ability to keep clean by avoiding people and keeping hyperclean.
Autism May Be Caused By An Immune System Response To A Virus https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1998/10/981031181106.htm
"Antibodies found in the blood of autistic children suggest that at least some cases of autism are caused by a misguided immune response, triggered by exposure to a virus"
A rose bay any other name.
A short bout of exercise enhances brain function