What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Dyslexia?
Hello … u003cbr / u003e u003cbr / u003e My age is 30 years, During this time I have indeed realized that I have constraints on several things, from not being able to speak in public (limited), difficult to read aloud (limited), misreading (eg “hamida ” I read “himada “), easily groggy, hard to read, less sensitive to surrounding environment, easy to daydream and so on, but I always assume it’s normal because every human being is created differently, but lately I was curious about my condition and started browsing on the internet, and came to an article that explained the signs of dyslexia, and almost all the signs matched me, did I experience decelexia? and can it be cured?
Hello Moch Umar, Thank you for the question.
Dyslexia is a condition of learning disorders caused by disorders of the nerves that make a person difficult to read, write and spell. Sufferers find it difficult to identify the words they say and turn them into sentences. Symptoms caused by this condition vary, can include:
slower speech development
difficult to process what is heard
difficult to say an unusual word
hard to find words to answer questions
often greet words
often write upside down
Aside from dyslexia, your complaints can be caused by nervousness, lack of sleep, and lack of concentration. Not necessarily what you experience including dyslexia. To determine the cause, further examination is needed by a doctor. If you feel disturbed, please consult with your doctor further. The doctor will ask about your symptoms and do an examination on you. If it is caused by dyslexia, this condition cannot be cured but with proper therapy it can help the daily activities of the sufferer.
Please also do the following suggestions:
get enough rest for 7-9 hours every day
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods, do not skip breakfast
multiply water consumption
try to practice speaking in public
Hopefully this information helps you.