yes we share a common insight and I reckon if it was applied properly in teh realm of mental health we would see great benefit not only to the patient but to society as a whole. It is interesting that you should bring adrenal functioning to the fore. Hyper tension [ not just blood pressure but neurological or electrical] due to being constantly in an amplified sensory state is a real problem. The release of adrenalin is our most common response to fear and in a hyper tense state relatively random misfirings caused by that hyper state can generate huge behavioural and thought problems. By lowering the tension with proper support a person can learn to govern their adrenal reaction to their sensitivities. What amazes me is that this adrenal fear function which we all take so much for granted is mostly ignored by the professionals. It is adrenalin afterall that gives us so much pleasure in life and yet can be so counter productive if ungoverned properly. So therapies to address the issue of adrenal dysfunction would be of beneifit.