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4.1.1 Muscular tension: twisted courses of movement: muscles in the eye

Learning to read slow; slow or hasty reading; difficulty in reading comprehension; difficulty in finding the subject matter in the text; bad visual memory; hard to do any other tasks requiring sharp sight.

Easily tiring eyes; especially hard to see when tired or in bad lighting conditions; difficulty in seeing on the fringe of the visual field: a narrow or twisted visual field: e.g. a horizontal surface rises upwards or falls downwards; unusual perception of colours or shapes; difficulty in perceiving tri dimensionality, distances or space.

Difficulty in finding and replacing things; difficulty in paying attention to a moving object: e.g. avoid looking in the eye; oversensitive visual perception; dazzled in ordinary lighting; unusually rapid movements of the eyes; a staring look.

Eyes stay open when asleep; slow recognition of (left/right/up/down) directions; difficulty in learning e.g. mathematics, foreign languages.

Learning to write slow: difficulty in perceiving syllables, words or sentences; difficulty in mastering sentence structure; symmetric letters get mixed up; letters with or without dots above them get mixed up; difficulty in placing text or a picture on the paper.

Fear of darkness, close, high or open spaces and travel sickness: the unsteady sense of sight can't get a stable point to look at, which would be necessary for the unstable sense of balance.

See 3 How does the DSB affect the body?

3.1 Chronic muscular tension

Theme page 22. The DSB, TSB and seeing. reading, writing and learning