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Speech therapy required ?
I am always concious about my mouth while i am talking because i feel there is mild extra salivation. I dont usually spit while talking but try to gulp saliva before every sentence i speak. I belong to management and i have to give presentations alot and this thing makes me speak slow and lower voice and with fear and too much consciousness..causing effect on my work.... What to do ... should i stop worrying and let it be...just accept it or should i go for speech therapy...cz i dont have any dental issue..i can speak well...i dont spit...but yes there is a mild salivation which makes me concious every time i am about to say something...plz help... suggestions...
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There is no need of speech therapy. But you need to get rid of your fear. You can seek suggestions from a good psycologist
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No role of speech therapy.
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