Dyslexia and its symptoms
The symptomatology of dyslexia affects the coexistence of the subject as it manifests states of anxiety that give rise to regressive behaviours of insecurity and functional difficulties, are easily distracted and demonstrate disinterest in the study.
We can also find school-type symptoms that directly affect learning, these symptoms are manifested both in reading and writing, also in calculus and even in oral language.
In reading it's easy to find subjects with a tachylic reading, which means it's too fast or invented. It can also be bradylexic, excessively slow, with a loss of comprehension or even dysrhythmic which is when people start reading fast but then progressively slow down their speed and end up losing not only their rhythm but also their understanding of the content.
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