Sensory overload

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Sensory overload or overload phenomenon is a neurosensory symptom of myalgic encephalomyelitis which is recognized in the International Consensus Criteria primer and the earlier Canadian Consensus Criteria for ME/CFS.[1][2]

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The International Consensus Criteria Primer suggests low-doses of the benzodiazepine drugs alprazolam or lorazepam.[1]

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