\Stuttering – also known as stuttering or fluence disorder in children – is a language disorder that brings with it common and significant problems with normal fluidity and fluency. People who stutter know what to say, but have a hard time saying it. For example, they can repeat or expand a word, syllable or consonant or vowel. Or they stop speaking because they hit a problematic word or tone.
Stuttering is common in young children as part of normal language learning. Young children can stutter when their language and language skills are not sufficiently developed to follow what they are trying to say. Most children overcome this developmental stutter. Stammering treatment in hyderabad
The signs and symptoms of stuttering can include:
- Difficulty starting a word, phrase, or phrase
- Expand a word or sounds to a word
- Repeat a tone, syllable, or word
- Brief silence for specific syllables or words or pauses in a word (broken word)
- Add additional words such as “around” if you expect difficulty moving to the next word
- Excessive tension, tightness, or movement of the face or upper body to produce a word
- Researchers continue to investigate the underlying causes of developmental stuttering. A combination of factors can be involved. Possible causes of developmental stutter are:
- Speech motor control abnormalities. Some evidence suggests that motor language control disorders such as timing, sensory, and motor coordination may be involved.
Genetically. Stuttering tends to run in families. It seems that stuttering can be due to hereditary (genetic) abnormalities. Stammering treatment in hyderabad
Men stutter much more often than women. Factors that increase your risk of stuttering include:
- Delayed childhood development. Children with developmental delays or other language problems are more likely to stutter.
- Having a parent who stutters. Stuttering tends to run in families.
- Stress. Family stress, high parenting expectations, or other types of pressure can make existing stuttering worse.
Stuttering can lead to:
- Communication problems with others
- Be excited to speak
- Do not speak or avoid situations where there is a need to speak
- Loss of participation and social, academic, or professional success
- Being bullied or teased
- Low self-esteem Stammering treatment in hyderabad