Overcome children’s stuttering


Overcome children's stutteringStuttering, difficulties in pronouncing certain words and difficulties in putting sentences together are everyday experiences of most children, especially boys. Most children stop stuttering spontaneously and rarely this speech disorder remains for life.
Stuttering occurs between the ages of two and five. It is especially common between the second and third years, and when it appears in puberty, it is usually the result of untreated stuttering in childhood.
The cause of stuttering is not entirely clear, but many things are known about it. It is often hereditary and is much more common in boys than girls. Sometimes it arises as a result of trying to make a left-handed child right-handed.
It is known that stuttering is largely related to the child’s emotional state. Usually somewhat tense children stutter. Some stutter when they are excited, others when talking to certain people, usually those who represent authority for them. Often the trigger for stuttering is the birth of a brother or sister, starting kindergarten, moving to a new apartment, a terrible event or the departure of a close person. Many workers notice that a child stutters when he or she is tense. Stuttering can start when parents decide to become more strict about discipline.
Why is stuttering common between the ages of two and five?
At that age, the child makes a lot of effort in speaking. Before, his sentences were composed of two words, and even just one word. He is now trying to form longer sentences to express his ideas. He may start a sentence three or four times or stop in the middle of a sentence because he cannot find the right word. That stuttering and stuttering is caused by the child’s intensive development of thinking, which exceeds his speech capabilities. At that age, the child’s vocabulary is still small, the expression of thoughts is not perfected, the movements of the speech organs are not precise. The child understands a lot, wants to say a lot, asks a lot and finds out, but his speaking abilities are small. If the parents cannot listen to him carefully, but absently answer: „aha“ or finish the started sentence instead of him, this can further frustrate the child and make it even more difficult for him to speak. It is possible that the waywardness of children, which is typical for this age, has an influence on stuttering.


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