By David Saunders | UPDATED: 09:28, 19 December 2019
Dr. Harold N. Levinson is making major strides in the treatment of those suffering the many symptoms of dyslexia and its related disorders. In a recent case it took just one week – using a simple anti-motion sickness medication – to drastically improve the life of a 5th grade student
Dr. Levinson has dedicated his life’s work to understanding and treating this devastating impairment and his efforts are truly changing lives for the better – in fact, 35,000 to date! His revolutionary findings are outlined in his new book Feeling Smarter and Smarter—Discovering the Inner-ear Origins and Treatment for Dyslexia/LD, ADD/ADHD and Phobias/Anxiety.
How did he do it?
Feeling Smarter and Smarter explains his groundbreaking findings and his effective treatment process in easy-to-understand language. At the core of his research is his discovery that dyslexia—really its complex syndrome—is caused by one treatable signal-tuning dysfunction within the inner-ear and its supercomputing cerebellum.
In other words, when “dizzy” or scrambled signals adversely affect the functioning of multiple normal brain processors, corresponding difficulties may arise with:
reading, writing, spelling, math, memory, speech, direction and time
grammar, concentration/activity-level, balance and coordination
headaches, nausea, dizziness, ringing ears and motion-sickness
frustration levels and feeling dumb, ugly, klutzy, phobic and depressed
Impulsivity, cutting class, dropping out of school and substance abuse
bullying and being bullied as well as anger and social interactions
becoming emotionally traumatized and scarred dysfunctional adults
Dr. Levinson shares the stories and photos of real patients, young and old, as they reveal both their reading and non-reading symptoms and their rapid, dramatic improvements after using simple and safe inner-ear enhancing medications and nutrients.
Feeling Smarter and Smarter is replete with discoveries and solutions—many that are both surprising and fascinating. For all dyslexics as well as their caring families, teachers and healers, Dr. Levinson’s inspiring work is nothing short of life-changing.
Finally, by similarly treating the coexisting signal-scrambling demon that Dr. Levinson found present in those with major brain processing disorders like Autism or ASD, traumatic brain injury, etc., they too can be helped—not cured. So as Dr. Levinson concludes, “The best is yet to come!”
For more information, please visit www.dyslexiaonline.com.
Harold N. Levinson, MD is a world-renowned psychiatrist and neurologist credited with bringing about a dramatic breakthrough in the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of dyslexia and its related syndromes.
His work has resulted in the development of a unique medical-educational therapeutic approach, validated by hundreds of referenced independent research publications. In addition, his new insights and scientific instruments can be used to screen for this disorder before academic symptoms arise—and even prevent their surfacing.
His many scientific papers have appeared in medical and educational journals, and have been reviewed by the New York Times, Science, Time and Smithsonian. He has also appeared on a number of television programs in the U.S. and the United Kingdom, including The Today Show, Larry King Live and Donahue.
Formerly Associate Professor of Psychiatry at NYU Medical Center, Dr. Levinson is currently the Director of the Levinson Medical Center for Learning Disabilities in Great Neck, New York. He has written eight books, including The Discovery of Cerebellar-Vestibular Syndromes and Therapies, A Solution to the Riddle – Dyslexia, a reprinting of his 1980 medical text heralded as “decades ahead of its time” and “a new millennium work.” Feeling Smarter and Smarter is a dramatically updated sequel to his bestseller, Smart But Feeling Dumb.
Feeling Smarter and Smarter—Discovering the Inner-ear Origins and Treatment for Dyslexia/LD, ADD/ADHD and Phobias/Anxiety
Publisher: Springer Copernicus
Released: August 2019
Available from Amazon.com, http://dyslexiaonline.com