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Diagnosing the Disease
Article submitted by Trent Pastrana
Getting the Help You need For Typlexia Disorder
TYPLEXIA affects more than 10 million people in our country from every walk of life. The impact of the disease on the workplace is significant, resulting in decreased productivity and abusive overuse of spellcheckers.
Are you Typlexic?
Several studies have revealed that those who are suffering from serious typing disorders have significant difficulty obtaining the help needed to begin the process of recovery. People dealing with typlexia nervosa or calculator misnumeral disorder know they have a serious problem, but are very ashamed of it, leading to difficulty with open, honest communication about their symptoms and if not treated eventual denial ensues requiring more radical treatment measures.
. Below is a listing of the various forms of treatment which aid those in the road to recovery.
Assertive Outpatient Therapy
Treatments have come a long way in the past decade with greater recognition of the need for attention to the biological components, the psychological factors, and the social forces in our society that have led to the marked increases of typlexia. Early treatment is the most effective -- Get help Now!
You can't cure typlexia, but you can treat it! If you or someone you know, suffers from Typlexia, the following list may help to some degree.
Just because you have lousy typing doesn't mean you are typlexic. If the suggestions abouve cure you, you weren't really typlexic to begin with!
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