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Treatment of Dyslexia

Treatment of Dyslexia at Welling Homeopathy involves a multi-way treatment which includes customized homeopathic medicines and other proven techniques to help your child recover faster.

Dyslexia is a learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate or easy word recognition and by poor understanding of spelling and grasping abilities.

Secondary consequences may include problems in reading comprehension and reduced reading experience that can impede growth of vocabulary and background knowledge.

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability in children and persists throughout life. The severity of dyslexia can vary from mild to severe. The sooner dyslexia is treated, the more favorable the outcome. However, it is never too late for people with dyslexia to learn to improve their language skills.

Dyslexia can go undetected in the early grades of schooling. Children can become frustrated by the difficulty in learning to read.

Causation of Dyslexia:

It is thought to be caused by impairment in the brain’s ability to process phonemes (the smallest units of speech that make words different from each other). It does not result from vision or hearing problems. It is not due to mental retardation, brain damage, or a lack of intelligence.

The causes of dyslexia vary with the type. In primary dyslexia, much research focuses on the hereditary factors. Researchers have recently identified specific genes identified as possibly contributing to the signs and symptoms of dyslexia. This research is very important because this may permit the identification of those children at risk for developing dyslexia and allow for earlier educational interventions and better outcomes

It is thought to be caused by impairment in the brain’s ability to process phonemes (the smallest units of speech that make words different from each other). It does not result from vision or hearing problems. It is not due to mental retardation, brain damage, or a lack of intelligence.

The causes of dyslexia vary with the type. In primary dyslexia, much research focuses on the hereditary factors. Researchers have recently identified specific genes identified as possibly contributing to the signs and symptoms of dyslexia. This research is very important because this may permit the identification of those children at risk for developing dyslexia and allow for earlier educational interventions and better outcomes.

Signs and Symptoms of Dyslexia

  • Delayed early language development
  • Problems recognizing the differences between similar sounds or segmenting words.
  • Slow learning of new vocabulary words
  • Difficulty copying from the board or a book.
  • Difficulty with learning reading, writing, and spelling skills
  • A child may not be able to remember content, even if it involves a favorite video or storybook.
  • Problems with spatial relationships can extend beyond the classroom and be observed on the playground. The child may appear to be uncoordinated and have difficulty with organized sports or games.
  • Difficulty with left and right is common, and often dominance for either hand has not been established.

Many subtle signs can be observed in children with dyslexia.

  • Children may become withdrawn and appear to be depressed.
  • They may begin to act out, drawing attention away from their learning difficulty.
  • Problems with self-esteem can arise, and peer and sibling interactions can become strained.
  • These children may lose their interest in school-related activities and appear to be unmotivated or lazy.
  • The emotional symptoms and signs are just as important as the academic and require equal attention.

Complications Of Dyslexia:

Children with dyslexia are at serious risk of developing emotional problems — not because of the condition itself, but because of the daily frustration and sense of failure they meet in the school environment. One study of children with dyslexia found that most of the children observed were well adjusted in preschool. But they began to develop emotional problems during their early years in school, when their reading issues began to surface.

If children with dyslexia are not identified, they are likely to begin to fail in school, and may act out, or stop trying altogether. Teachers and parents may assume that these children are simply not trying and even punish them. The child may begin to internalize the message that he or she is stupid or bad. This can become a fixed part of his or her identity, undermining self-confidence. It is not surprising, then, that children with dyslexia are at higher risk for behavior problems and depression.

How you can help child with dyslexia:

  • Read to your child – this will improve their vocabulary and listening skills, and it will also encourage their interest in books.
  • Share reading – both read some of the book and then discuss what’s happening, or what might happen.
  • “Overlearning” – you may get bored of reading your child’s favourite book over and over, but repetition will reinforce their understanding and means they will become familiar with the text.
  • Silent reading – children also need the chance to read alone to encourage their independence and fluency.
  • Make reading fun – reading should be a pleasure, not a chore. Use books about subjects your child is interested in, and ensure that reading takes place in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

Homeopathic Treatment of Dyslexia

Homeopathic medicines along with other supportive therapies are exceptionally functional in treating learning disorders. After understanding the child’s constitution, restricted capabilities, mental state, life situation, etc. a constitutional remedy is selected which has an affirmative effect on the patient. Homeopathic constitutional treatment will facilitate your child with constructive reinforcement of staying motivated and occupied in the learning process. Both hemispheres of the brain contribute in processing language and Homeopathic remedies will promote rejuvenation of the brain cells and help reinstate the equilibrium between the two hemispheres of the brain, which is imperative in surmounting Dyslexia and augmenting your child’s aptitude to read and spell. Homeopathic approach will enhance brain function and improve multi tasking, reading, spelling, and comprehension, reasoning ability, memory, focus and organizational skills. These remedies will also help your child cope with emotional struggles that arise because of difficulties at school.

Homeopathic remedies are natural, gentle, harmless, and easy to take, are regulated by the FDA and prepared according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. Constitutional Homeopathic treatment with the management of an experienced and professional Homeopath is an excellent choice for the treatment of Dyslexia.

Homeopathic Medicines for Dyslexia

Some remedies which are useful are Lycopodium ,Calcarea –Phos ,Lac-canium .

Visit one of the Welling Homeopathy Clinic today for an expert pre-treatment analysis and speciality treatment for dyslexia.

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