The heart starts to beat faster and more energy is released in our bodies when we feel emotion-driven, excited or have a need to express our feelings. This is why individuals may experience stuttering, or stammering issues, particularly when speaking to numerous people. Stuttering is a way to enter a new world of stress, fear or negative emotions, as well as strategies to avoid. Stuttering is a disorder of speech that affects everyone of any age and, in particular, children. Here are some suggestions to stop stammering during World Stuttering Awareness Day. You can also follow these suggestions to help others.

How can I stop the stuttering?

Both psychological and biological factors can cause the stuttering. It’s extremely complex and every person stutters in a different way. As of now, there’s not any ideal solution for stammering. But, through the application of speech therapy, you can control or even eliminate your stammering.

Cured Care reached out to Dr Ehteshaam Khatri who is an Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist, Wockhardt Hospitals, Mira Road, Mumbai, to learn more about the causes of stuttering and the best way to manage it.

Here are the risk factors for stammering, according to Dr. Khatri:

1. Anomalies in speech motor control According to research, irregularities in speech motor control, such as timing, as well as motor and sensory coordination can lead to stammering.

Talk to your child more frequently.
Talk to your child more frequently. 
2. Genetics Stuttering can be seen within families. It will shock you to discover that stuttering could be a result of genetic (genetic) anomalies.

3. Stuttering caused by neurogenic causes can be triggered by an injury to the brain or trauma to the brain.

4. Stress and delayed development in childhood may be the causes of the stuttering. It is crucial to seek prompt treatment for your child’s the stuttering. Do not dismiss this as a minor issue or think that it’s just a common issue.

Here’s how to help someone having trouble with stammering:

1. Relax and enjoy your time.

To stop stammering, stuttering, or stuttering it’s essential to keep the person as relaxed as is possible. Avoid stressing them and don’t make them feel stressed. Instead, you should try to create an atmosphere of calm and relaxation at home.

2. Let them finish their speech

Don’t make them feel guilty for talking several times per day (such as during meals and during family time) as long as you listen to them with no interruption. Instead, you can insist that they speak slowly and clearly to allow them to say whatever they like to.

3. Pay attention to them

Don’t let them get in the way while you listen. Stuttering can be an indication of speech disorder that causes people trying to focus on what someone is saying instead of the way they’re saying it.

Every child grows at their individual pace.
Every child grows at their individual pace. 

4. Enhance confidence

A person who struggles with stuttering must be calm and patient. It is possible to help your child to learn how to do things. You can praise your child’s little successes, however, you must do so with care. be a good and supportive parent be a good listener, stay away from criticism, concentrate on their strengths and reach out to the doctor to seek help.

5. Do not ignore the triggers

Avoid situations which could cause the individual to speak more slowly. Breathing exercises can assist one to reduce anxiety and stress problems.

6. Talk to them

Don’t make someone who struggles with stuttering feel uncomfortable. Make an effort to collaborate with the someone who struggles with their speech. This will allow the person to build confidence in himself.


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