What is aphasia?

What is aphasia?

According to (NIH) aphasia is a disorder that results from damage to portions of the brain that are responsible for language.

The disorder usually occurs in people who are middle-aged or older, but according to NIH, anyone can acquire it.

  Types of aphasia

   There are two broad categories of aphasia - Fluent and non-fluent. These can be further sub-divided into different types.

   However, in many cases, some aphasia remains following this initial recovery period. speech-language therapy is used to help patients regain.

    Brain cells die when they do not receive their normal supply of blood, which carries oxygen and important nutrients.

Following a brain injury, tremendous changes occur in the brain, which helps it to recover, says the NIH.

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