Stuttering

Stuttering

Stuttering doesn’t define you, but denial makes it worse. Embrace your stammer. Grow as a person by understanding & exploring stuttering treatments for adults.

Stuttering Is It Biological or Psychological

Stuttering: Is It Biological or Psychological?

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Antipsychotics & psychoanalytic therapy can reduce stuttering. So is stuttering biological? Emotional & psychological state influences speech dysfluencies.
Stuttering - Straight Talk for Teachers

What Teachers Need to Know About a Stuttering Student

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You may be here because you have a student in class who stutters, or you want to know what you should do...
Parental Guide to PreSchool Stuttering

Stuttering in Preschool Kids: What a Parent Should Do

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Stuttering in preschool kids is common. This guide sheds light on what you as a parent should do if you notice signs of stuttering in your toddler.
Cellular causes of stuttering

Cellular Causes of Stuttering in Adults and Children

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For years researchers have been trying to find the neurological cause of stuttering. Experts have determined discrepancies in the neural circuits within...
Stuttering vs Cluttering

What is cluttering and how is it related to stuttering?

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There have been early instances where almost every speech disorder was categorized as stuttering. While stuttering is a disruption of normal fluency...
Causes of Stammering in Adults

Developmental and Acquired Causes of Stuttering in Adults

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Stuttering is a common speech fluency disorder. Today, between 0.72% and 1% of the world's population stutters. People who stutter include children,...
Neurogenic Stuttering vs Psychogenic Stuttering

Neurogenic Stuttering vs. Psychogenic Stuttering

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Dysfluencies in speech can be developmental or acquired. Acquired dysfluencies can be of multiple types including neurogenic and psychogenic.
Degrees of stuttering severity

Understanding Degrees of Stuttering Severity

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Different people who stutter will certainly differ in terms of the severity of the condition. Moreover, the severity of the impediment can...
Why don't we stutter when alone?

Why don’t we stutter when talking alone?

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A very recent study by Russian psychiatrists shows that 62.57% of the English speaking participants do not stutter when speaking alone in...
Unextected development of stuttering during adulthood

The Unexpected Development of Stuttering in Adulthood

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A genetic pre-disposition along with various neurophysiological reasons are attributed as the cause or onset of stuttering. The speech impediment in most...

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