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Dyslexia is a disease that targets the brain An easy way to explain it is that your eye is like a camera The camera only takes the picture like the eye the film in the camera is sent to the developing studio which is like the eye sending the picture to the brain Then when they give you back the photo you can understand the color and detail thats like when your brain finally processes the information and makes sense out of it When you have dyslexia your brain doesnt process the picture from your eye fully so you cant really understand what youre seeing sometimes This is because someone with dyslexia would process the information with the right side of hisher brain to write and read while some without dyslexia uses hisher left side to read and write The left side of a brain is better at writing and reading than the right side When the information enters the brain from the eye the corpus callosum which is the bridge between the two halves of a brain sends the information to the right side instead of the left side and since the right side cant interpret that information as well it sometimes end up scrambled Mental disabilities are more common than you think About 15 to 20 of the people have a mental disability and about 5 to 10 have dyslexia Dyslexia affects more men than women The disabilities all differ from how you get them and how it affects you Dyslexia is a genetic defect Often someone with a mental disability will act loudly to distract the teacher or quietly to evade the teacher It is possible to overcome dyslexia but many give up at a young age and grow up to be an unemployed adult Even some of the most brilliant people in history had dyslexia like Thomas Edison and even the great Leonardo DaVinci Thomas Edison was kicked out
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