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Difficulty Finding Words (Definition)

Also called dysnomia or anomic aphasia, is caused by damage to temporal or parietal lobes of the brain such ...Read more


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I've been having exceeding difficulty finding words, what is wrong?

I've been having exceeding difficulty finding words, what is wrong?

Possibly: Monkey mind. Try daily meditation or increase exercise. Simplify your life and remove distractions. You might simply need more disconnected time. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: difficulty finding words?

What is the definition or description of: difficulty finding words?

Can't find words: Also called dysnomia or anomic aphasia, is caused by damage to temporal or parietal lobes of the brain such as stroke or trauma. ...Read more

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I'm tired all the time, terrible memory loss, trouble finding words, confusion, and many more other symptoms. What could be wrong?

I'm tired all the time, terrible memory loss, trouble finding words, confusion, and many more other symptoms. What could be wrong?

Few things: It could be anything from a medical problem to psychological problem to life stress...However, the few things you should make sure you don't current have are: thyroid problem, adrenal problem, electrolytes abnormalities and most importantly, sleep apnea. See your doctor for a thorough evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more

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I get headaches that that feels like a hard thumping. And stays for hours. I forget things fast these days and problem finding words?

I get headaches that that feels like a hard thumping. And stays for hours. I forget things fast these days and problem finding words?

Migraine : It is possible you are having a migraine headache. These are moderate to severe headaches, often but not always more prominent on one side of the head. Can also be associated with sensitivity to light and loud sounds. Also may be associated with nausea and fatigue. Also have a strong association with family history. See a physician for an exam. ...Read more