5 important facts about Stuttering
Stammering, or what is known as stuttering, is the inability to unite words together in speech, and it is also known as a speech disorder in which sounds, syllables or words are repeated or persisted for a longer period than usual.
In this article, we will tell you 5 important facts about stuttering or stammering.
Important facts about stuttering:
– 5% of children between the ages of 2-6 years suffer from stuttering during their childhood, which may last from several weeks to several years until it completely disappears.
– 1% of children have stuttering that does not go away and remains until a later age.
– In most cases, the main cause of stuttering is genetic, so that it sometimes spreads within the same family.
– Some brain injuries can cause stuttering, such as a stroke or trauma.
– Stuttering is more common in males than females and persists into adulthood more often in males than females.
The Takalam device was developed to solve the problem of stuttering in adults and children. It is a small wearable device connected to a small internal hearing aid inside the ear. It was developed to solve the problem of stuttering by more than 90% of the stuttering person while in use.
For more information about the device, click here.