What You Need to Know About Anomic Aphasia

What You Need to Know About Anomic Aphasia

Anomic Aphasia is a mild language disorder that makes it difficult to name objects when speaking and writing. People with Anomic Aphasia often feel as if words are “on the tip of their tongue”. This article breaks down the causes of anomic aphasia as well as the treatment options.

Title: What You Need to Know About Anomic Aphasia

Client: Healthline

Link: https://www.healthline.com/health/anomic-aphasia

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Daniel grew up in Halifax, Canada. He completed his Honours Kinesiology degree at Dalhousie University where he received an education in topics such as nutrition, exercise physiology, strength training, and sports psychology. He graduated with his MFA in Writing from the University of Saskatchewan in spring 2019. Since becoming a full-time freelancer, he's published more than 100 articles for Healthline, one of the world's largest health publications with more than 200 million visitors per month.

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