Sunday, August 26, 2007

What Is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects an individual’s ability to read, write, spell, and perform math. These problems can manifest themselves in a variety of ways. Common problems include: extreme difficulty in reading, a limited vocabulary, difficulty in writing down their thoughts, and difficulty with remembering multiplication tables. A person with dyslexia is also prone to anxiety issues due to the stress and embarrassment that they may feel while around their friends. People affected by dyslexia simply think in a different way. They can have very productive and fertile minds if they find a dyslexia cure that can resolve their learning issues and help them form reliable workarounds to their dyslexia. The first step is to take a full dyslexia symptoms test to determine the severity and form a plan of attack. The good news is that most cures are simple accommodations that can usually be easily worked into their everyday life.

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