Stuttering (Stammering)

About- Stuttering also called stammering or childhood-onset fluency disorder is a speech disorder that involves difficulties with normal fluency and flow of speech.

 Trouble starting a word, phrase, or sentence
 Word prolonging 
 Word repetition
 Excess tension, tightness, or movement of the face
 Anxiety about talking
 Communication problem
 Rapid eye blinks
 Tremors of the lips or jaw
 Facial Tics
 Head jerks
 Clenching fists
 Abnormalities in speech motor control
 Delayed childhood development
 Emotional distress
 A family history of stuttering
 Neurophysiological Problem
Specialists to visit
 Speech Therapist

 General Physician

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