Quoted from 122
A quick Q&A
. . . do any of these characteristics describe you or someone in your family?
•Bothered by glare, fluorescent lights, bright lights, sunlight and sometimes lights at night
•Some individuals experience physical symptoms and feel tired, sleepy, dizzy, anxious, or irritable.
Others experience headaches, mood changes, restlessness or have difficulty staying focused, especially with bright or fluorescent lights.
•Problems tracking from line to line
•Reads in dim light
•Skips words or lines
•Reads slowly or hesitantly
•Strain and fatigue
•Tired or sleepy
•Headaches or nausea
•Fidgety or restless
•Eyes that hurt or become water
Attention and Concentration Problems
•Problems with concentration when reading and doing academic tasks
•Often people can appear to have other conditions, such as attention deficit disorder, and are given medication unnecessarily.
•Unequal letter size
•Writing up or downhill
•Strain or fatigue from computer use
•Difficulty reading music
•Sloppy, careless math errors
•Misaligned numbers in columns
•Ineffective use of study time
•Lack of motivation
•Grades do not reflect the amount of effort
•Difficulty catching balls
•Difficutly judging distances
•Additional caution necessary while driving
•Words on the page lack clarity or stability; i.e., may appear to be blurry, moving, or disappear.