Why Did I Read This One Year Or If The Letters Were Exchanged Or Increased?
Hello, I am 17 years old. I have no dyslexia, but this year, when I read the novel, sometimes the letters are switched or sometimes they add up sometimes. (there are letters appearing out of nowhere) I usually experience the mixed letters when reading an English novel. If you read Indonesian sometimes there are letters that suddenly add or lack examples, for example there is the phrase “when to u003cstrong u003 out u003c / strong u003e …. ” so “when to u003cstrong u003eLunar u003c / strong u003e … “” u003cstrong u003e Owned u003c / strong u003c be u003cstrong u003eMilk ” u003c / strong u003e. So sometimes it is fitting to read Indonesian sentences like to add letters out of nowhere or disappear. Originally, the Indonesian language suddenly became English because the letters appearing out of nowhere. Or missing letters. but if I focus on continuing to reread it again normal again no one is missing, confused or added
Hello Hendri, thank you for the question.
Based on your description, the symptoms are similar to dyslexia. Dyslexia as you know, is a brain difficulty in processing words, letters and numbers. Dyslexia can be said to enter into learning disorders or language disorders. Dyslexia is generally known since children under five, when children are introduced to letters and numbers. However, in some rare cases, dyslexia is only detected when an adult.
Another possibility is that symptoms of dyslexia can arise in adulthood due to a process that occurs in the brain. For example, due to head trauma, due to an infection process in the brain, due to ischemia of brain tissue, or the presence of a mass in the brain. However, of course, this condition is generally accompanied by symptoms of other brain disorders, such as headaches, nausea, vomiting, paralysis of some facial nerves or nerves in other body parts.
A closer possibility is concentration disturbances. Your focus may be divided on several things, so when you read a lot of mistakes. This may be related to psychological stress or physical fatigue.
Consult this with a psychologist or psychiatrist. You may have to undergo several tests, to find out if you really have difficulty concentrating or is there something else that happened. If necessary, you may be referred to a neurologist. In the meantime, try to practice your concentration on one thing at a time. Avoid doing several things at once.
Hopefully you are helped by this answer. Regards.