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An American woman has been with the rare Foreign Accent Syndrome. The woman, Michelle Myers, 45, that in 2015 she to bed with a "blinding headache" and up with a British accent. The accent has remained with her ever since. Ms Myers said she has up speaking a variety of accents before. She totally perplexed at waking up and speaking with an Australian or Irish accent. These after two weeks but the UK accent has remained. Myers told journalists that she her condition, "really difficult to begin with". She said: "It was hard because I was really . I have come to terms with the fact that I might like this forever. I realize it's part of me now."

Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS) is a disorder that typically after strokes or traumatic brain injuries that the language center of our brain. It in the degree to which it someone's language and accent. In some cases, someone's native language like it is tinged with a foreign accent; in other instances, rhythm, stress and pronunciation can completely . The condition was first in 1907 by French neurologist Pierre Marie. It a relatively rare condition. Only about 60 cases of FAS have been documented over the past century. One of these was a Japanese stroke patient who up sounding Korean, even though he had never to Korea.

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