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How to treat stuttering. I talk normally like a normal person but I stutter a bit with few words. And that is the reason I speak alone with myself sometimes to improve my words. But my family find it crazy. And I do not do it in public like a complete mad but sometimes it gets unintentionally. Tell me how to stop talking to myself. I wonder a lot about many things. And now this is bigger problem than stuttering.
Dear sir/madam, I am 26y/male During the morning time after waking up & during the relaxed conditions & during tension I feel too much stammering/stuttering in speech. At same time when I am wid my very closed ones & normal active time I don't get any stammering. Please suggest me a cure for this problem.
I have a problem of stammering when I talk to someone. How can I relieve from this problem? It is not from childhood. The symptoms of this I can noticed last 6 to 7 years.
I am 30 years old. I used tobacco last 5 years. Now I facing some problem like difficulty in speaking. Due to dry mouth and irritation on tongue I can not speak fluently. Is this curable?
My age 21, I am stammering problem (haklana) I am not go to collage, because I am not speak public, I am so depression, I am 24 hour in room, I am not going my home, any person I am not speak, I am very fear boy, solution plz, I leave study ,I do not choose career, last solution suicide.
I am 21 years old boy, have stammering/stuttering problem actually my 2 upper teeth are outwards don't know this problem is due to this reason or not. My voice is not clear to understood its raucous or harsh voice, especially when pronouncing words like three, tree etc. Many people are not able to understood what I am speaking sometimes I have to speak with very slow speed to make people understand. Its been a big problem now. How to overcome this problem?
Many young kids go through a stage between the ages of 2 and 5 when they stutter, repeating certain syllables, words or phrases, prolonging them, or stopping, making no sound for certain sounds and syllables. Stuttering is a form of dysfluency — an interruption in the flow of speech.
In many cases, stuttering goes away on its own by age 5; in others, it lasts longer.
There's no cure for stuttering, but effective treatments are available and you can help your child overcome it.
Experts think that a variety of factors contribute to stuttering, including:
- Genetics about 60% of those who stutter have a close family member who stutters.
- Other speech and language problems or developmental delays.
- Differences in the brain's processing of language: people who stutter process language in different areas of the brain. And there's a problem with the way the brain's messages interact with the muscles and body parts needed for speaking.
- High/increased activity level.
- Rapid rate of speech.