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Rid of stammering
Are we have any medication to rid of stammering, that I’m facing in job and day to day activities
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There is no medication to get rid of stammering, you could consider therapy for the same. Consult a clinical psychologist for the same meantime take deep breaths when ever u get stammering
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It is a psychological issue, than what you think it is... Consult a psychologist.
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Hi.. we need to rule out the anxiety disorder first.. But as such there is no drug particularly for stammering. Regards Dr Shivanand
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Hi, stammering isnt oy a speech disturbance but it has to do more with the psychological part! It has a lot to do with the person's self esteem and condfidence. It generally includes a lot of self doubting and experiences of shame. There are no medication for stammering! However, it can be controlled and dealt with. It does not require a speech therapist, with counseling it will reduce and help you take charge of the situations you face!
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One technique that i can suggest is use substitute of words that you think you ll stammer on! it works! for e.g. if you think you ll stammer on word like 'neccesary' you can use a substitute of it i.e. 'important' , 'essential'
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