It’s called sensory processing disorder (SPD), something that physicians haven’t heard of, but I’m sure the drug companies will be correcting that soon:
Never heard of it? You’re in good company. Neither have many pediatricians, neurologists, psychologists and teachers. But in the parallel universe of occupational therapy, which focuses on the more primal “occupations” of life–dressing, eating, working, playing–SPD is commonly treated.