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Red face The Irlen Syndrome links to adhd

IRLEN SYNDROME IS A PERCEPTUAL PROCESSING DISORDER

It is not an optical problem. It is a problem with the brain’s ability to process visual information. This problem tends to run in families and is not currently identified by standardized educational, psychological, optometric, or medical tests. This problem can manifest itself differently for each individual. Irlen Syndrome is not remediable and is often a lifetime barrier to learning and performance.

SIGNS OF IRLEN SYNDROME
◾Light Sensitivity
◾Reading Problems
◾Headaches and Migraines
◾Attention and Concentration Problems
◾Strain and Fatigue
◾Problems with Depth Perception
◾Print or Environmental Distortions

More Information About Signs and Symptoms of Irlen Syndrome

WHO IS AFFECTED?

Irlen Syndrome is present in a variety of populations, including individuals identified with reading and learning difficulties, low motivation, attention deficit disorder (ADHD), discipline problems, headaches and migraines, autism, and traumatic brain injury. While more common in populations with specific difficulties, such as reading problems and ADHD, even gifted and highly successful individuals can be impacted by this issue – often working harder and suffering more than necessary to succeed.

IRLEN BY THE NUMBERS
◾14 % General population
◾46% Individuals with reading or learning difficulties, including dyslexia
◾35% Individuals who have suffered TBI or concussion
◾33% Individuals on the autism spectrum
◾33% Individuals with attention and concentration problems, including ADHD
◾Individuals with medically resistant headaches and migraines (incidence data not yet available)
Solutions: Irlen Colored Overlays and Spectral Filters
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goodpost: its intresting to note that,,, we all seem to have a link to this via the adhd ,,,,,and dyslexia and all the others ,,,, I ounder how many have had the overlays filters glass and what help they were to you....
and do you think the irlen comes first or do you think the adhd dose?? thoughts plaseae
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Re: The Irlen Syndrome links to adhd

It's important to note that the reason "Irlen syndrome" is not included on any standard tests is the strong scientific consensus that it isn't a valid diagnosis. It seems that while there have been multiple reports of symptoms, there is no evidence showing that there might be a cause separate from the other conditions that it seems to occur along with.

In other words, it seems nobody has ever been found who has just "Irlen syndrome" by itself, so it's probably a set of poorly-publicized symptoms of something else.
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