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Tired of studying because of the eyes?

2018-03-01 19:12:00

Xiao Ke said: Dang dang dang, science popularization time! In the future, Xiaoke will bring you the most professional and comprehensive knowledge of ophthalmology. I hope Xiaoke can become a good helper in the parenting process of Bao Ma and Bao Pa! Last issue, Xiao Ke took you to a preliminary understanding of visual training, today, Xiao Ke through a real story, let you further understand it. kangendejingli once had a short film, is to tell in the United States there is a boy called Kang, its mother at a very early age, found Kang there are developmental problems, he learned to crawl, walk, do not tie shoes, do not ride a bicycle, but he is very smart, has a lot of knowledge, but can not put the knowledge up. In the third grade, Conn began complaining of eye strain and even difficulty in reading books and falling behind in school work. His mother took him to have an eye examination, and found nothing wrong with his eyes, even his eyesight was quite good, he just did not want to accept reading. Soon, reading became more and more difficult for Conn, even a headache, so he began to hate reading, and even began to tired of learning, unable to feel any happiness, almost every day he struggled with his homework, and finally cried to end it all. School also became a torment for Conn, who knew he had a problem and felt his brain couldn't do what was being asked of him. His mother was also very upset to see Conn like this, not knowing at first that it was actually a visual problem... After this, Conn's mother took him to follow the visual training doctor for a series of visual training, the doctor developed a targeted training program for Conn, after a period of training, Conn's changes are very obvious, he began to like school, and become more and more confident, and not because of homework headaches. Self-confidence also increased, but also like reading, think reading is very interesting, he will say "I can do it"... See here, some parents are not there are some doubts, children's weariness and visual reading disorders will have what relationship? In his book ---- Proust and the Squid, the Taiwanese translation is titled Proust and the Squid. In the book, he concluded that the main congenital cause of dyslexia is that the brain circuits of the patients reading are different from those of normal readers. Said that normal reading is equivalent to writing with the right hand, very comfortable, and the reading of dyslexic patients is equivalent to writing with the left hand, very uncomfortable, so the speed is at a disadvantage, in this way, it becomes a "disadvantage" reading. Some children with dyslexia will have serious psychological problems after they begin to receive formal education in primary school. Dyslexia and psychological distress can also lead to certain behavioral disorders, such as inattention, poor memory, stage fright, etc., which directly affect the establishment of children's hearts. So what parents want to ask is, what are the symptoms of dyslexia? The daily performance of dyslexia 1 reading speed is slow 2 there is a serial phenomenon of lost words 3 when writing homework, more than 4 digits more than 2 digits will be read upside down, such as: "69" read into "96" and other 5-shape near words are often confused such as: "Man" and "in", "wood" and "Ben", "b" as "d", "q" as "p", etc. 6 Difficulty in grasping the order of things, such as: Formula 7 When walking, the feet are not steady, often fall, trip or bump into objects 8 when reading, there are words added or missed 9 slow transcription speed 00 more difficult to recite the text in China, the concept of dyslexia has not been recognized and accepted by the public, but is still in the stage of urgent popularization. Due to the diversity of languages, social and cultural backgrounds and educational opportunities in developed countries such as Europe and the United States, great attention is paid to the improvement and research of dyslexia, and there are many professionals and organizations in Europe to conduct research on this. The lives of adults and children with dyslexia have been severely affected by the stereotype that children who don't do well in school and often make typos are "dumb." But as science has developed, people have come to realize that there is a cognitive disorder called dyslexia. In China, 10 to 15 percent of school-age children suffer from dyslexia or dyslexia, a total of 20 million such children. Children's problems such as visual fatigue and dyslexia should be paid attention to. China's dyslexia research started late, and many children are not paid attention to and diagnosed. Research to improve dyslexia is to help every child have a fair opportunity to learn and recognize, and to make sure that no child's potential talent is missed! At present, many medical institutions have carried out visual function training, and designed effective intervention programs to train dyslexia patients. Children with developmental dyslexia can still improve their dyslexia through dyslexia training. Keyu Society