What is aphasia? Bruce Willis 'going  away' from acting after diagnosis

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By Devesh Tyagi

March 31 2022

Bruce Willis's decision to end his acting career gauging further than

four decades after being diagnosed with aphasia has exfoliated light on a kindly rare complaint.

Aphasia describes a neurological condition that affects a person's ability to communicate verbally or succinctly.

According to the National Aphasia Association, it Affects an estimated 2 million people in USA

Willis's daughter Rumer Willis posted on Instagram that the condition affected her father's "cognitive abilities".

"As a result and with critical consideration, Bruce is withdrawing from a career that means a lot to him,"

Rumer Willis's maternal uncle, actor Demi Moore, also attended the statement.

Willis, the star of Amy's movie hits like "Die Hard" and "The Sixth Sense," turns 67 this month.

Aphasia often occurs after a head injury or stroke, is said to develop slowly if it is a brain tumor-related disease.

What causes aphasia?

Symptoms of aphasia vary, "there is a major communication problem with the patient"

What are aphasia’s symptoms?

When it is mild, a person with mild aphasia cannot remember the names of objects,

Or you may struggle to read or put words together in clear sentences.

Some forms of aphasia can be treated, according to the National Aphasia Association.

Is aphasia treatable?

But the National Aphasia Association says a complete recovery is unlikely if symptoms persist two or three months after a stroke.

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