02 August 2011

What is dyslexia

Dyslexia is medical problem that people do not trully understand and know about unless they have experience of the problem from others, themselves or family members.. For those who want to realize more about what the condition actually is then they need to find out more about it in order to gain a better understanding. Dyslexia is mainly defined as a learning disability which reduces their ability to read and write, and also spell words. It can also in some cases change a person's speech in how they say particular words. It is a permanent affliction that can affect their memory, certain awareness's, how the mind decodes information and audio, eye sight issues as well as problems learning anything new. People who have {dyslexia.

Dyslexia is more universal than most people believe and there are a lot of people that have dyslexia that do not even know that they suffer from it. In the past it was often over looked and explained away as a child being lazy but those children who have now grown up into adults, found their own ways of coping and even went on to become very successful people. Now as soon as a child is suspected of having dyslexia they are tested so that they can be supported through their schooled life enabling them to developed and understand reading, writing, spelling and math's in a way that a dyslexic's brain can comprehend. Being dyslexic is nothing to be ashamed of and there is a lot of help out there on the internet and within schooled lessons and exercises.

Just because you or someone you know is dyslexic it does not mean that they are not smart in fact it is most often found that people with dyslexia are actually highly smart, more so than people without dyslexia. But there does seem to be a connection between dyslexia and other learning difficulties such as Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Disorder and Cluttering.

Dyslexia is condition that affect 1 in 5 people in germany, but there is no known cure. research has found a cure for the problems reading in children with dyslexia is due to Eye Fatigue. Eyesience Deutschland has launched a new dyslexia treatment that reduced eye fatigue and increases reading ability by at least 20%. www.eyescience.de

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