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About 15 percent of the U.S. residents suffer from some amount of dyslexia. This is associated with a tough time reading and writing with no effect on one’s intelligence. Sadly, the findings show that the strain and stress are still not enough for others to acknowledge the condition that such people suffer from.
Just so you know, there are various sorts of dyslexia with people suffering from such states in completely different ways. All those of you who do not suffer from dyslexia, it is understandably tough to appreciate the condition. Victor Widell seems to have made a simulation that imitates how it would feel to suffer from this condition. Check it out here.