Sensory awareness impacts our well-being
Did you know that simply observing our senses can connect mind and body more harmoniously?
World expert in multi-sensory perception, Charles Spence, finds that acknowledging our senses can have a significant impact on health and wellness.
His book Sensehacking, centres around capitalising the power of the senses in every life to enhance social, emotional and mental well-being. Spence says, “Very often we’re not really aware of our sensory environments, but even when we’re not aware of sensory cues, they are nevertheless still processed by our brain. This can make us stressed or perhaps contribute to our inability to sleep.”