While there isn't a cure for dyslexia, there is a treatment that is becoming popular to help people with dyslexia read better.

Neurofeedback training, which is most commonly used for treatment of ADHD cases, is being used more for treating people with dyslexia. The process for neurofeedback involves a set of nodes attached to the head to process brain waves. The brain activity is monitored and controlled, where it sets up a reward/reinforcement system that either rewards or reinforces good brain behavior by the patient.

In cases of dyslexia, neurofeedback can help increase the effort and energy required to read and stay focused on reading. Though this isn't a stand-alone treatment — people will have to work on reading and phonetic skills as well — neurofeedback training targets the areas of the brain that dyslexia affects and works with people to strengthen their brain, and in turn, their reading skills.

To learn more about neurofeedback training, watch the video above or read an article explaining the training process.