A scientific jam called stammering is an abnormality of speaking at the Laipokti of the spoken words frequently, by repetition of a syllable, a word, or a stop phrase, and a different stretching in both frequency and intensity from the speakers as usual.
Words that have been spoken are most often associated with unintended, recurring voices. An example of an unintended repeat sound will be:
-Try to say the word "Ken " but instead say "K-ken "
Often these individuals will bring words together. The example will be:
- "" Llllllets g-g-go home "
Not only is it an unintended speech, repeating sounds, it also has an unusual hesitate or a break before the speech. This stop or hesitation is generally called the "block ".
A lot of variables created ' true ' speak are not heard or seen by the listener. Things that can't be noticed include:
-Words and sounds and fear situations
- "Loss of control " feeling during speech
Most often, the difficulties of an infectious disorder or stammering are individual emotional conditions. Rejection affects 1.5% of the world's adult population and about 5% of children. To be agreed by speaking in Africa, these rates may be up to 10% men around the world making up about 80 percent of all stutterers. A part of the difference between a man and a woman is the source of the fact that women are more likely to thrive or recover from irregularities.
There is currently no known cause for anomalies. There are many theories for malfunction, they can be divided into 3 types.
There is no known cause for speech. The theory on the cause of speech can be ided as three categories: ' ' "Monster ", "Genetics " and ' Child development '.
-Speaking, often begins early childhood when the child is first developing his or her voice. Language skills
-The majority of stutters develop between the age of two and five.
-Stutters can be developed later in life, but often through strokes or other types of brain injuries.
-50% to 70% of all stutterers related to other stutterers
-Most children pass the stage of fluency in early speaking.