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Dyslexia Symptoms in Adults

Monday,September 30, 2013

Symptoms in dyslexic people always vary. From the early stages of childhood to the working adult, dyslexia comes in many forms. Most normal children reverse or flip numbers and letters around, especially if they look alike. This usually disappears by 6 to 7, except if you're dyslexic. Then reversals persist longer but slowly diminish yrs. later. As dyslexic people get older, symptoms change. Improvements initially occur until dyslexics become seniors. When memory, coordination and other functions decrease, reading becomes slower, spelling uncertain, words are forgotten during speech, concentration decreases, accident proneness reoccurs, etc. In fact, dyslexic symptoms may arise for the first time.

Although some mistakenly view dyslexia as a gift or just a different way of functioning normally, Dr Levinson's research suggests otherwise. Dyslexics have an amazing capability to compensate for their symptoms. And not all functions in dyslexics are impaired. Many have amazing co-existing talents. Because of a need to overcome their frustrations and prior failures, dyslexia may serve as a catalyst to succeed. For example, Vincent Van Gough, one of the world's most famous and profound artists of all time, was dyslexic. Imagine painting with such delicate strokes and the effort, concentration and determination it takes to put a masterpiece on canvas. Although many dyslexics have attained fame despite their dyslexia, the vast majority require significant medical and educational help. So do famous dyslexics, many still inwardly feeling dumb and performing as impostors. Fortunately, Dr Levinson has developed a medical therapy which works rapidly and effectively. When combined with other helpful modalities, all dyslexics can attain dreams and ambitions never before thought possible.