Symptoms of eating disorder

Eating disorders effect a lot of men and women throughout the world. Many people don’t search for help and gradually die because of this difficulty. Suffering with an eating disease is considered to be a serious ailment. Eating disorders can afflict the mind, deceiving the person into considering he or she needs to take the most serious methods to change his or her appearance. The person then takes required measures, be it excessive consuming, depriving themselves of food, or getting rid of the disease. This is more than just an eating plan to shed weight or trying to exercise every day. There are  extremes in dimensions in conduct — the eating plan that never comes to an end and progressively gets more restricted, or the person who can’t go out with friends because he or she feels it’s more important to go running to work off a treat consumed earlier. Continue reading

Late Diagnosis of Dyslexia – What You Need to Know

It can be really hard and confusing to suffer from a condition that is  misunderstood and not always detected as early as it should be. Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that is often diagnosed late because many people are not yet aware of this condition. Another reason for the late diagnosis of dyslexia are the misleading symptoms of this condition of the affected person, that looks like it is just carelessness, laziness or being a slow learner.

When a child has difficulty reading at the age when most children of his or her age can fluently read, that particular child will be perceived as someone who is slow learner, lazy, lacks intelligence or plainly stupid. It is often overlooked that his or her  learning difficulty might be dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning disability resulting to difficulties in spelling, reading, processing numbers, sequence, time management and taking instructions. Dyslexics are not stupid, they have normal or even higher intelligence quotient; the way they process information is just different from those without dyslexia. Late diagnosis of dyslexia can also delay the coping ability of people with dyslexia. Continue reading