Speech apraxia can be a perplexing and frequently annoying condition. Have you ever experienced difficulty putting ideas into words, even if you know exactly what you want to say, either for yourself or a loved one? This neurological disorder impairs a person's capacity to organize and synchronize the muscular motions required for speaking. It takes more than just knowing what to say; the brain struggles to communicate with the muscles. Speech apraxia can cause a tornado of feelings in both the person experiencing it and their friends and family, who may feel just as perplexed and worried.