Celebrity News: Daniel Radcliffe, the protagonist of the Harry Potter saga, suffers from a disease called dyspraxia. It is a disorder that impairs motor ability and tends to generate complications for, for example, tying the cords.
The British actor who played the hit films about J.K. Rowling said that since he was small, he has an illness that makes it difficult for him to write or perform certain movements. Since he commented on interviews, it is who raises the flag to raise awareness about this pathology not so well known.
“He never stopped me; And some of the smartest people I know have learning disabilities. The fact that some things are more difficult will only make you more determined, that you try harder and that you are more imaginative to find solutions to problems, “said the English artist.
It is a neurological disorder that affects fine motor skills and also balance. The different types of this disease can cause problems in the movement of lower and upper extremities, in addition to the articulation of words.
Basically, it is a syndrome known as the “awkward child”, as it affects the psychomotor and causes motor disorganization in the small. In turn, it includes motor incoordination that can affect either language or emotional development, mouth and tongue movements or difficulties walking or jumping.
Although dyspraxia can affect the social skills of those who suffer from it, Radcliffe is an example that can lead a completely normal life and even discount suffering the effects of this disease.