Why Do You Often Misspellings, Find It Difficult To Read And Often Forget Important Things?
I often misspell, but I’m strangely strong at memorizing, even the other people don’t remember me, the hours, times, and days, clothes, and shoes they wore 3 years ago. and I can memorize a few verses of the Koran, with consideration but it is difficult to read, I often forget the important things but often remember things that are not important, what illness do I experience doctor?
Hello Acie, thanks for asking.
Based on the collection of symptoms that you describe, there are several possible conditions that you experience. You may have a brain processing disorder both oral and written. The condition can be congenital, meaning that it occurs from birth, or the condition is obtained, which occurs after the presence of certain diseases. Examples of diseases that can cause this condition in adults are brain infections, head injuries, or strokes.
The possibilities that you can experience are:
Dysgraphia Dyslexia Oral and written language learning disability Several scientific studies have stated that there is a disruption of language processes in people with the above conditions. Symptoms can occur during school or in adulthood. When children are toddlers, symptoms are generally difficult to recognize. But after the child enters school age, there will be symptoms of learning difficulties. Some examples of symptoms that can be felt are:
Difficulty in writing, spelling, and reading letters and words. Often jumped letters or words. Words and letters appear to be jumbled so difficult to understand. Difficulty memorizing certain words, especially difficult words. Learning slow. Slow in learning new languages. Difficulty choosing words when you want to speak. Difficulty processing words through hearing. Children or people with this condition often feel frustrated so they are not interested in learning, lazy to read, and lazy to write. Children or people are often considered not smart in academics, despite the fact that these conditions are not related to intelligence.
The cause of the condition is not yet clear, but some experts suggest possibilities such as a history of premature birth, or a history of abnormalities in the womb. You can consult with a psychologist or psychiatrist to confirm your diagnosis. The psychologist or psychiatrist will carry out several tests, including interviews, psychological tests, academic tests, and questionnaires. The results of the test series will be assessed to determine the diagnosis. After that, you will get advice on how to deal with these conditions. Language disorders cannot be cured but can be fixed. Routinely control the psychologist or psychiatrist who is caring so they can assess your progress.
Thus our info, hopefully you soon find a solution. Regards.