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September 28, 2017
Best Speech therapist in kota, audiologist

Stammering, also known as stuttering, refers to a condition brought about by physiological factors in children. The reasons children stammer include neuromuscular complications, incapability to control speech organs muscles, difficultly in moving the lips and the tongue, and obstruction within the speech organs. If stammering takes place at an advanced age, psychological factors such as, a tense family atmosphere, arousal, anxiety, scorn and loss of confidence are the likely causes.

One of the effective ways of reducing stammering in children is the use of exercises. The exercises work by providing strength to speech organs like the lungs, tongue, trachea, lips and the jaw. These exercises either cure stammering completely or lower the intensity considerably. They are better off carried out at night before retiring to bed in a secluded part of the house. Here are a number of top exercise regimens that will reduce stammering in children.

Loud Vowel Pronouncement

Clearly and audibly the child should be asked to pronounce each of the vowels beginning from A through to E, I, O and U. The child should be very articulate while pronouncing the vowels. He/she can also distort the face while uttering the vowel sounds.