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Low Stimulation Environments
The use of low stimulation environments during all phases of the rehabilitation process can have numerous clinical advantages. The reduction or removal of environmental cues can benefit the delivery of rehabilitation interventions by creating an environment in which individuals can focus their attention on the task at hand. Further, low-stimulation environments are often preferred during oculo-motor and vision re-training exercises to limit the extent of visual distractions. Such environments are useful in promoting a relaxed state and mitigating stress levels.
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*Definitions based on rehab experts’ own experience in treating patients in rehabilitation.
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