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Theme page 26. The DSB, the TSB and dyslexia, dysphasia, AD/HD, autism, Asperger, Tourette and slight developmental handicaps

The same symptoms are found in more than one these diagnoses which are defined according to the most dominant one(s). Dyslexia refers to difficulty in reading and understanding a text. Dysphasia includes delay in speech development and different problems with producing and understanding speech. AD/HD covers a great number of symptoms related to the lack of attention and potential hyperactivity. Autism means the disability to have social contacts which are replaced by internal imaginary world. Asperger's syndrome refers to avoidance of social contacts and to a limited activity with repeated routines. Tourette's syndrome includes different motor and vocal tics. Slight developmental handicaps can cause some overall difficulty in understanding, learning and managing life.    

The neuro-biological disorders in the title include a great number of symptoms and combinations of symptoms caused by disorders in visual, auditory and kinesthetic perception and by those of the sense of touch and feeling. The DSB with its direct and indirect effects seems to give a plausible explanation to problems with the perception of all the senses. When the DSB is treated it's possible to find out the true ability and general intelligence of a human being. The indirect effects of the DSB may be hidden in many potential deficits in the function of the body. E.g. excessive insulin or cortisol may damage nerve tissue as well as any other tissues as early as the fetal stage.