Sunday, December 7, 2014

Wernicke’s aphasia

People with aphasia but have symptoms such as difficulty to speak. Scientist have discovered that language isn't just one part of the brain, but several sections in the left hemisphere. In the back of the brain is the part that helps us understand words. When this is disrupted, like during a stroke, people will have a hard time remembering information. When they have serious speech problems it is called Wernicke’s aphasia. When someone has this they may say a lot of words that just don't make any sense, not notice they aren't saying the correct terminology, make a sentence that doesn't grammatically sound correct, or just have challenges in general. If someone is experiencing this they should go see a doctor immediately.

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