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New ADHD/Retina Research Supports a Cerebellar Origin, states Dr. Harold Levinson
Date:6/21/2013

ntration." They may also be read at dyslexiaonline.com.

Dr. Levinson's studies date back more than four decades. They encompass the combined insights derived from his diagnosis and successful treatment of more than 35,000 individuals with ADHD and dyslexia—most of whom had overlapping disorders. All were found to have dysfunctioning of the inner-ear and its supercomputer—the cerebellum, the lower reflex brain of man and the highest brain of most animals. This dysfunction manifests clinically as impaired balance, coordination and rhythm, which results from a signal-scrambling deficit impairing the motor system. Very importantly, interactive cerebellar and cerebral cortical involvement in both ADHD and dyslexia has been verified via sophisticated brain imaging studies.

To explain all of his ADHD/dyslexia concepts and the symptoms characterizing all his ADHD patients, including their overlapping disorders, Dr. Levinson developed a simple theory: The inner-ear and cerebellum were reasoned to act as fine-tuners to the brain. They fine-tune all motor signals leaving the brain and all sensory signals entering the brain. ADHD results when the frontal lobes of the thinking brain and other vital structures which modulate attention, planning, activity and impulse control fail to normally respond to, or compensate for, the distorted signals received. Distorted signals may even secondarily impair or arrest frontal lobe functioning while triggering compensatory neuroplastic changes elsewhere. Overlapping dyslexia-related symptoms result when reading and other brain processors also fail to modulate cerebellar-determined scrambled signals.

In addition to the cerebellar-determined motor scrambling in ADHD, the sensory scrambling deficits in both ADHD and dyslexia were evaluated by 3-D Optical,
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