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Many people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have difficulty processing sensory information, meaning certain stimuli or changes to their environment can cause them to get stuck in “fight, flight, freeze” mode. Sensory overload can inhibit breathing, contribute to heightened feelings of anxiety and fear, and even cause physical pain. Thankfully, exciting new evidence suggests that yoga may be a useful therapeutic intervention for those with ASD. Yoga’s focus on connecting …

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