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What is Stuttering?

Description of the Disease

Stuttering is a speech disorder characterized by the repetition of sounds, syllables, or words. It is a speech defect that often occurs in childhood but can persist into adulthood.


Stuttering is classified as motor (functional) and non-motor (organic).


The main symptom is the repetition of sounds, syllables, or words, slowing of speech, tension, and stress during conversation.


The causes of stuttering can be diverse, including genetic factors, psychological traumas, emotional stress, neurological disorders, etc.


Diagnosis of stuttering is carried out by speech therapists and includes speech analysis, tests for speech skills, and evaluation of the patient's psycho-emotional state.


Treatment of stuttering may include speech therapy, relaxation, psychotherapy, and pharmacological therapy.


Prevention of stuttering involves providing psychosocial support to children, developing speech skills, and timely referral to specialists in case of first symptoms.


For consultation and treatment of stuttering, it is necessary to consult a speech therapist or psychologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.