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38 year old Adam banks has been living with dyslexia for as long as he can remember.
Letters -- assertive stance and I would sort of see the patterns.
Of the space between the letters and -- paragraph.
As a social worker in New York City.
Adam says the disorder was affecting his ability to do his job.
Makes writing up reports are evaluations kind of slow so he's taking me about.
It's a one and a half since -- who -- twice as long.
To do something to write something happens somebody else.
It is estimated that dyslexia affects one in five American students.
But it often goes undiagnosed because the most common symptom is simply trouble reading.
The speed of transmission.
Of an image between two lines it's slightly different this seeing letters dancing.
Coming off the page moving around scratching together and stretching him out basically irregularities.
In their reading.
Now specially tinted lenses are helping many -- six patients -- words more clearly and read faster.
Originally developed to treat color blindness collagen lenses reduce the visual distortions that make -- so difficult by altering the -- point of light reaches the not.
Doctor -- shot -- thought Adam might be a good candidate.
-- my first time I'm actually able to read some things and focus on the letters and words and not.
The space in between.
For more information visit I read better now dot com I'm Laura Ingle Fox News.
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