The effects of trauma can come in a variety of symptoms. For some, it’s a mental or emotional dilemma that causes everyday tasks to be difficult. For others, it’s strictly physical. However, in certain cases, a mixture of all of these issues can lead to a common issue: stuttering. Trauma-based stuttering is common and can require a stuttering ear piece along with regular therapy.

Trauma-Based Stuttering

Trauma is a common cause of stuttering. This is especially true in those who develop stuttering later in life rather than in adolescence. A traumatic event can rewire a brain’s response to a variety of triggers. The stress of trauma can push how a brain receives common daily occurrences including speech. While a person’s mouth may have not been necessarily affected in the event, the imbalance in the brain can affect how a person uses their mouth. This imbalance in turn can lead to stuttering, especially without the use of a stuttering device.

Continued Trauma

Trauma can not only lead to stuttering, it can cause an affected person to continue to stutter for years to come. This is especially true for those who didn’t stutter prior to their traumatic event. The trauma itself of developing a stutter in a later part of their life can cause emotional issues that continue and worsen stutters. In these instances the use of a stuttering device along with dedicated therapy, a person can overcome the stress of their newly developed stutter.

SpeechEasy | Stuttering Ear Piece

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