The three most common symptoms of aphasia are trouble speaking, struggling to find the correct words, and using the wrong words. People suffering from aphasia have a particularly hard time when they are tired or in loud spaces. While aphasia doesn’t affect the ability to think, it creates difficulty when understanding oral or written communication.
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