Is skipping lines when reading, normal?
From early childhood, learning to read is a significant milestone and continues to be a significant part of every-day life. Unless you have been diagnosed with dyslexia, you may not know that you are also struggling with reading.
Wearing shoes on the wrong feet would not keep you from walking, but it would definitely make it less comfortable and might slow you down!
If your eyes are NOT perfectly aligned, it could cause certain reading problems that do not necessarily fall under the description of Dyslexia, but still greatly affect the reading ability.
Have you been told that you just need to work harder to become a "good reader"?
Do you find yourself re-reading the same line?
Do you happen to skip a line or two and have to go back to make sense of the paragraph?
Do you use your finger to hold your place?
Does homework take you twice as long as your peers?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions; there is a solution for you, and it is simple!
The answer is PRISM.
Doctor Bobby Wood specializes in diagnosing and improving reading problems.
Here at Wood Vision Source, we care for your eye care.