So I'm asking if 'sensory overload' can be the anxiety, or if it's a sign I'm developing schizophrenia. (Info / ^Contact) Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. I'm a bot, bleep, bloop.Someone has linked to this thread from another place on reddit: [r/u_funis247] nice If you follow any of the above links, please respect the rules of reddit and don't vote in the other threads. Does anyone else experience Sensory Overload? This won't help much at all but sensory overload, generally, only goes away with more experience. One thing to keep in mind is that the transition from the DPs to free fall is … (I have no family history of Schizophrenia) tl;dr - terrified of developing schizophrenia, started feeling sensory overload in public and want to know if this 'sensory overload' thing can … Wondering if anyone else here experiences sensory overload. I'm not on Autism Spectrum and have always been able to engage socially when prompted, but I do experience over-sensitivity to sound that can become physically painful and overly distracting if I'm not allowed to go decompress. The u_sensory_overload community on Reddit. sensory overload DAE my brain feels like it’s going 100mph rn, like sensory overload but i’m going really slow but for no reason what so ever does anybody else ever just feel that- every so often it just passes through you. it’s just took me about 5 minutes to actually write this.