What is dyslexia? its cause and its treatment

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Those who sometimes have difficulty in understanding some things, which have to be read, such as understanding words, letters and numbers, is a difficult task for them. 

Often we think that someone is not able to read properly or he is making a mistake in spelling or writing numbers or if the marks come very low, then he will be a weak student or employee, but friends, did you ever think that he is a classmate, A friend, family member or colleague can also be a patient of dyslexia.

If you haven’t figured it out yet, no problem because you might not know anything about it! But after reading this blog, now you will know what is dyslexia?, why does it happen? How does it happen? What are his symptoms? How is this disease treated? You have to stay with us till the end to get all this information.Taking health related information always proves to be good because health is the real wealth!

What is dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a learning disorder characterized by difficulty in reading, hence also called reading disabilities, and affects areas of the brain that are involved in language processing. If you have seen one of your Bollywood movies Taare Zameen Par, then you will be able to understand this disorder easily because that movie was based on dyslexia.

Dyslexia is such a common condition in which reading becomes very difficult and according to experts, it is found in 15 to 20% of people. It can be seen in people of any age, including children and adults. But there are many things that can make it easier to deal with this reading challenge.

For this, not only an expert is needed, but it is also necessary to have the support of friends and family members. Apart from reading, dyslexia also affects writing, spelling and maths.

It does not happen that people with dyslexia are not intelligent, but they do not only create reading issues in their intelligence, such people are also successful in life because they do not have any lack of intelligence! The problem comes from just to read them well without mistakes.

It is not possible for them to read continuously, but the good thing is that when read in front of a person dealing with dyslexia, they often have no problem in understanding the text. Such a person also has normal intelligence level and vision and such children give very good performance in school if they are educated under the specialized education program!

About the symptoms of dyslexia.

School going children find it difficult to read, comprehend and deal with language as compared to a normal classmate. Can’t remember sequences! Cannot tell similarity and difference between words. It is not possible for them to find out the right words and tell the correct spelling of words, similarly the symptoms of dyslexia appear in adults and teenagers.

Such as slow reading, spelling difficulties, in correct pronunciation of words, talking more time to complete the writing exercise, difficulty in remembering, problem solving maths problems, inability to understand expressions and jokes.

People who have these types of symptoms, normality also starts coming in the behavior of people who deal with dyslexia. They may also face anxiety and aggression, but they may prefer to be alone rather than with their friends and family.

After knowing the symptoms of dyslexia found in different age, it is also important to know that they are very similar to the normal person, meaning that a child starts speaking late, it does not mean that a word is spoken incorrectly. that he has dyslexia.

Similarly, it is not at all necessary for a teen or adult to have a habit of slow reading or if his maths is very weak, he also has dyslexia. It is absolutely necessary to know that if the activity of the child is observed since childhood, then the parents will know very easily whether the child is having any problem or not.

If any adult is also struggling with any such reading problem, then he should talk to the doctor. Although it is often assumed that dyslexia means problems with vision, while this problem is related to language.

What are the causes of dyslexia?

Now we are going to tell you what causes dyslexia?

According to the information, so far no pinpoint cause of dyslexia has been found, but its possible region is considered.

  • genes.
  • Heredity.

Because I get to see many generations of this Lexi Hai family. There are 40% of siblings who have dyslexia, and in addition the anatomy and activity of the brain can also be the cause of dyslexia.

Differences are found in the brain images of people without dyslexia. After going through the causes of dyslexia, now we tell you that dyslexia has been divided into many parts, so let’s know about them.

Parts of dyslexia.

Dyslexia is divided into 4 parts

  • phonological dyslexia.
  • surface dyslexia.
  • rapid naming deficit.
  • double deficit dyslexia.

Phonological dyslexia: In this, there is a problem of adding sound to the letters and making words.

Surface dyslexia:What type of dyslexia is also called visual dyslexia and within this type of dyslexia, there is difficulty in understanding by looking at words.

Rapid naming deficit:In this type of dyslexia, it is difficult to tell the number and the latest in a hurry.

Double deficit dyslexia:Within this type of dyslexia, both phonological dyslexia and rapid naming deficit are found.

After knowing these points of dyslexia, now we talk about the treatment and diagnosis of dyslexia.

Treatment and diagnosis of dyslexia.

This reading disorder can be easily detected by the parents and if the teacher observes the reading of the student, then they can also recognize dyslexia and help the child with its recording.

By the way, for its diagnosis, help is taken from the doctor, who does some types of tests based on the age, development and symptoms of that child, such as

  • Oral language skills (which include listening and speaking)
  • Word Recognition.
  • Rapid Naming.
  • Vocabulary.
  • Reading rate and fluorescence.
  • Auditory Verbal Working Memory.
  • recording.
  • Spelling.
  • Reading Comprehension.
  • Phonological Processing.

The specialist also needs family history and teacher feedback and this is a life long condition. When symptoms of this appear, a doctor should be consulted.

Sometimes it is not known for many years, but one of its good things is that if the writing disability is known, then by diagnosing it, your skills can be improved and life can be made better.

All it needs is the support and good guidance of family, friends, and friends, Dyslexia Day is celebrated every year on the Thursday of World Dyslexia Week.

We hope that you have learned a lot from us about a writing disorder that means dyslexia and how to avoid that disease and how to treat and support those around you who feel such a disease. You must have understood too.

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