Usually I don't stutter when I am speaking myself, but when I am speak with someone else, breathing is not continous... I stop there itself and get feared to talk with others which is my daily routine problem
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Hi, what you have shared seem to indicate social anxiety which manifests as anxiety, fearfulness, tension including some physical symptoms like stammering, palpitations etc and are usually confined to certain situations. Relaxation, yoga, cognitive behavior therapy are helpful in these circumstances and medicine only for severe cases. It is important we rule out any other causes, particularly any physical health issues. It would be helpful for you to consult a psychiatrist. Hope this helps. Best wishes.
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