Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Dyslexia: Testimonial: Life Choice's Neurotransmitter Support Improves University Student's Concentration Level

Dyslexia: Testimonial: Life Choice's Neurotransmitter Support 
Improves University Student's Concentration Level

Dyslexia, also known as a reading disorder or alexia is a learning difficulty characterised by trouble reading despite a normal intelligence. Different people are affected to different degrees. Problems may include sounding out words, spelling words, reading quickly, writing words, pronouncing words when reading aloud, and understanding what was read. Often these difficulties are first noticed at school. The difficulties are not voluntary and people with this disorder have a normal desire to learn. 

The cause of dyslexia is believed to involve both genetic and environmental factors. Some causes run in families. It occurs more often in people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and is associated with problems with mathematics. When the condition begins in adults it may be the result of traumatic brain injury, stroke, or dementia. The underlying mechanism involves problems with the brain's processing of language. Diagnosis is by a series of tests of a person's memory, spelling, ability to see, and reading skills. It is separate from reading difficulties due to poor teaching or hearing or vision problems. 

Treatment usually involves adjusting teaching methods to meet the persons needs. While this does not cure the underlying problem, difficulties can be lessened. Treatments aimed at vision are not effective. Dyslexia is the most common learning disability. It affects about 3 to 7 percent of people. While it is diagnosed more often in males some believe it affects males and females equally. Up to 20 percent of the population may have some degree of symptoms. Dyslexia occurs in all areas of the world


Dear Life Choice,

I am a 4th year student working towards my Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in biology to be a geneticist.

I have dyslexia, which means everything is not right with the way my brains interprets. The synapses are slower, some groups of neurons are weaker, my memories seem altered and I feel as if my brain is often tired. Dyslexics use other areas of the brain not like non-dyslexic people for everyday functions,and medical doctors and neurologist understand that dyslexic’s brain must work harder than non-dyslexics.

This makes people with dyslexia more tired. I fell asleep during the day when studying and it makes things more difficult. It's very annoying. But if I take your product my brain feels like new and I don't fall asleep and I feel like myself not tired. It helps me a lot! I have tried ginkgo biloba and omega’s (but the concentration of these are very low in the blood of dyslectic people but the mind may needs them), but your amazing Neurotransmitter Support is so very effective for me like nothing else, thank you!

Kinga H.

Dyslexia Statistics/Demographics

-Approximately 15% of people have dyslexia.
-This equates to over 30 million adults in the United States, about 6 million in the United Kingdom and 3 million in Canada. Most don't know they are dyslexic.
-Dyslexia occurs in people of all backgrounds.
-Dyslexia is found in speakers in every language and country but rates vary.
-Men and women are equally likely to have dyslexia. 
-Of those placed in special education for a learning disability, around 8-% have dyslexia.
-Somewhere between 25-40% of children with dyslexia also have ADHD and conversely
approximately 25% of children with ADHD have dyslexia.

The following is a list of notable people who have been diagnosed with dyslexia,

Richard Branson, entrepreneur
Tom Cruiseactor
Leonardo da Vinci, painter and polymath
Whoopi Goldberg, American actress, comedienne, TV personality
Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc.
Jay Leno, talk show host and comedian
Pablo Picasso, Spanish artist, sculptor
Keanu Reeves, actor
David RockefellerAmerican business executive and philanthropist
Steven Spielberg, film director
Jackie Stewart, Scottish racing driver
Henry Winkler, actor, spokesman for the Dyslexia Foundation


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