Speaking Gobblygook During Migraine
Last updated: October 2022
While I have difficulty finding words during many attacks, usually I'm talking to friends, my husband, or my coworkers when it first happens. (When I'm at one of my bookshops and I begin to notice this happening, I will try to get another bookseller to take over any duties that involve speaking to humans coherently, and I'll work on another task as long as I feel well enough.)
My most recent experience with aphasia
A few months ago, I went to my favorite burrito place and held up the line the tiniest bit because I couldn't think of basic vocabulary words. Watch here:
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