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Question: reading disorter

 edaigle - Wed Jul 25, 2007 2:30 pm

i'm a 38 year old male in good heathy. All of my life i've struggled with reading. I get drozzy after reading only a few paragraphs and I find it hard to consentrate on the material, it sometimes take me reading a phrase several time before I understand what i've read.
i spent most of my lower education with a C average this was posible though a learning disability class.
 Debbie Miller, RN - Wed Jul 25, 2007 3:30 pm

User avatar You may suffer from dyslexia or other reading problems. There is also the possibility of attention deficit disorder (ADD) or sleep disorder, resulting in excessive sleepiness. I would recommend a psychological workup with a therapist or clinic that specializes in these kinds of issues. Help is available once an accurate diagnosis is made.

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