Brain

Electrical Brain Stimulation Offers Hope Against Dyslexia

By Amy Norton
HealthDay Reporter

THURSDAY, Sept. 10, 2020 (HealthDay Information)

Electrical stimulation of a sound-processing region of the brain can briefly strengthen reading through abilities in grownups with dyslexia, a new, little review has uncovered.

Researchers say their benefits counsel that deficits in that brain area are a cause of the reading through problems witnessed in dyslexia.

But irrespective of whether which is the circumstance — or irrespective of whether brain stimulation can assistance take care of dyslexia — remains an open issue.

The review, of 30 grownups with and without the need of dyslexia, looked at the results of electrically stimulating a brain region named the left auditory cortex. Altered activity in that brain area has been linked to the problems individuals with dyslexia have in processing the sounds of language.

What’s been unclear is irrespective of whether that brain distinction in fact brings about issues with processing

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