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New Studies Reporting a Higher Incidence of Child Abuse in ADHD and Dyslexia Suggest a Need for Early Medical Treatment, Notes Dr. Harold Levinson
Date:7/22/2014

>Accordingly, ADHD occurs when initially normal frontal lobe and related brain mechanisms fail to descramble the distorted concentration and activity signals received and modulated. Similarly, a diverse range of dyslexia symptoms occur when normal parietal and other vital brain structures fail to descramble the “dizzy” reading, writing, spelling and other signals received and transmitted.

Fortunately, there are very favorable therapeutic modalities available for ADHD and/or dyslexia. Were children with the above frequently overlapping disorders properly diagnosed and treated early, both their childhoods and adult lives would be substantially normalized.

"Rapid emotional, behavioral and academic successes often occur when selective combinations of stimulants and related inner-ear-enhancing medications are properly used for ADHD and dyslexia," notes Levinson. "When other slowly helpful modalities are added, they're much more effective and the improvement rate approaches 100%."

By contrast, without vital "normalizing" medical help many dyslexic and ADHD children continue to inwardly feel flawed, dumb, “brainless,” irregardless of IQ. Indeed, the smarter they are the dumber they feel. Prone to increased stress, frustration and repeated failures as well as diminished self-esteem, many feel guilty. As a result, some invite or tolerate punishment and abuse or bullying while others act-out their frustration and anger by abusing others.

Too many of these failing children drift into drugs, attempting to escape their handicap and numb debilitating emotional pain. Their inab
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