Dyslexic Brains


The right hemisphere of the dyslexic brain may be bigger than the ordinary brain. DR Sherman of Harvard medical school has found three biological differences in the dyslexic brain. Unfortunately, although the brain is bigger it has faulty bits, in the Magonocells and cerebral cortex.

3-brainsDyslexia can affect people in various ways because the processing problem can be in different functions of the brain. The main area of difficulty is usually memory. Dyslexics may have an excellent memory for some things, but are poor at those areas of memory dealing with language.

The dyslexic memory can be brilliant at mechanical and technical construction and design. Dyslexic mechanics have been known to look at an engine and quickly understand how everything is connected and easily see the best solution to a practical problem. Did you know there are many famous dyslexics?