Archives for reversing dyslexia

 
 
Nov
19

It’s Painful to Watch Your Child with Dyslexia Suffer

Nothing is more hurtful and difficult than watching your child with dyslexia go to school and feel like a failure. It’s painful to watch him curl up inside himself, embarrassed, frustrated, and not understanding why learning has to be such a struggle. Why reading comes so easily to the other kids and not to him. She may also have trouble with numbers, called dyscalculia, or with writing, known as dysgraphia. She may have ADHD and experience difficulty focusing in class. No matter which learning disability (I call them learning challenges because they don’t have to be permanent or debilitating) she

Nov
9

Is Labeling My Child “Dyslexic” a Good Thing?

There are pros and cons to labeling anything. When we label something, it becomes locked in time, and it becomes the new reality. For those in the medical and educational establishments, the label (or diagnosis) is irrefutable fact—that’s the way it is, period. To them, once you have a child with dyslexia, it’s a lifelong condition that can only be managed. And it’s not going to change, so don’t disagree with them or ask for further help. They will give you the help they can, and unfortunately, it’s not much. Now, labels do have a purpose, even though no one

Nov
2

Can Dyslexia Really Be Reversed?

If dyslexia can really be reversed, then why hasn’t anyone told you? Why isn’t it on the news everywhere? (I’ve often wondered that myself, and I’m doing what I can to get the word out.) That’s a great question, and the answer is simple. Reversing dyslexia is unique to just a few people’s healthcare practices, like mine, and most people haven’t seen it happen, so they don’t believe it’s possible. You see, most people don’t know that there are simple and easy-to-use techniques to reverse dyslexia. It just isn’t taught in the medical colleges or to the teachers or psychologists.

Oct
19

How Does Books Neural Therapy™ Support Students with Dyslexia?

Reversing dyslexia is possible, and you don’t need drugs or invasive procedures. Books Neural Therapy™ supports students with dyslexia by helping the nervous system communicate more effectively through gentle realignments of the body. Dyslexia is not the only learning difference or health problem that BNT helps. We have also helped students successfully reverse the effects of: • ADD/ADHD • Head traumas, including sports concussions and sports head injuries • Neurosensory processing issues • Allergies • TMJ • Eye tracking problems • Difficulty with balance “It is very worth it to have Jared off his medication. You can’t put a price

Oct
8

7 Tips for Parents of Children with Dyslexia

One of the joys of what I do is giving families hope and help for their children with dyslexia. I love writing and sharing as much information as I can to help you make an educated decision when it comes to dyslexia treatments. When I get excited about how I can help your child, I could write a book (and I have). However, there are times when you simply want to read some quick tips to get ideas to help your child. I enjoy writing the quick tips blogs too, because I get to share quite a bit of information

Oct
1

Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Three

In the last blog, we used our tree analogy to discuss the second level of understanding and reversing dyslexia. We’ve already discussed the leaves (the words) and we added the branches: the eyes that see the words, the ears that hear the words, and the head and neck that support and protect both eyes and ears. We asked why the eyes and ears have a problem with words, and we discussed therapies that help those sensory organs to function better and help reverse dyslexia. At the next level, we add the trunk to the leaves and branches, considering the body

Sep
28

Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Two

In the last blog, we asked why dyslexia is so misunderstood and mishandled today. We discussed dyslexia research and the most basic definition of dyslexia, which is experiencing trouble with the written word. We used the analogy of a tree to discuss the simplest and lowest level, the leaves, which correlate to the written words we see on a computer screen or page of a book. A child with dyslexia is unable to make sense of those words, and the typical explanations of dyslexia are too simplistic. Let’s take the next level of our tree and talk about how your

Sep
17

20 Expert Quotes about Living with and Reversing Dyslexia, Part 1

I love reading what other experts have to say about dyslexia, and I thought you might find their views interesting and inspiring. While not all these experts believe in reversing dyslexia, they share some fascinating insights into it that are sure to help your child with dyslexia. Some of the quotes are positive and uplifting, while others showcase the sadness and despair that many children with dyslexia experience. But all are very, very real. Here are the first ten quotes, with the second ten to follow next week. “It [dyslexia] is the most misunderstood of all disorders because it is incorrectly

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