Stuttering is difficult to cope with no matter your age. It is a communication disorder where flow of speech is broken by repetitions, prolongations, or stoppages of sounds and syllables. There are many factors that play a role in the development of stuttering including: genetics (family members who also stuttered), child speech development (children who already have speech or language problems more likely to stutter), and neurological causes (those who stutter process speech and language differently than those who do not).

Ear Speech Devices

Around 3 million Americans suffer from stuttering. If you are an individual who stutters, you have heard of ear devices that improve or help reduce stuttering. Ear devices have been on the market for many years, they delay or alter the sound of one’s voice, creating an echo, or play a noise. These effects help reduce stuttering.

Delayed Auditory Feedback (DAF) – is a type of altered auditory feedback that consists of extending the time between speech and auditory perception. It can consists of a device that enables a user to speak into a microphone. Then, they hear their voice in headphones a fraction of a second later. DAF has been shown to induce fluency in many individuals who stutter, though not all stutterers experience enhanced fluency by this technique.

Support To Help You Stop Stuttering

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