Stuttering is the condition that the person will feel hard to speak and speak with repetition of words, additional sounds. This is a disorder that can be found right from childhood. When the person does not take the right treatment they will be continues till the file time. Here is some guidance for a parent on curing the stammering or “Haklana Kaise Thik Kare” using few practices.
Who do they stutter?
One of the important reasons is neuromuscular complications, inability to control speech organs muscles, obstruction in the organs of speech and difficulty in moving tongue and lips. Till the age of 5 it may be acceptable, but when they continue even after the advanced age it may be because of some psychologies factors like a tense family atmosphere, scorn, arousal, anxiety and lack of confidence.
One of the most important things to perform is an effective exercise when your child does certain exercise parts like lungs, tongue, jaw, lips, and trachea may acquire strength. Having these exercise may completely help in clearing the stuttering problems or at least the part of it can be reduced. The best time to do them can be just before they go to bed. Here are certain exercises to be carried out.
Loud pronunciation of vowels
As your child to loudly pronounce the vowels “A, E, I, O, U” it is important to be very articulate while pronunciation and they can distort their face. Make sure the pronunciation is clear and they pronounce every word with confidence.
It is important to teach the children how to pause in between the sentence. This helps in pausing at the right time instead of the pausing in the middle of the sentence or just after two to three words. This should be taught at least once in a day and this may also help in understanding the language as well.
Make the child open the jaw wide and ask them to lift the tongue towards the roof of the mouth with the tip of the tongue. The child should continue to touch the roof of the tongue and move to the back. When the child does not have any pain makes them hold the tongue for a few seconds. Now your child may pull the tongue out in order to reach his or her chin just by stretching the tongue. Also, hold in this position for a few seconds. Try to make them do four to five times every night.
You may ask your child to stop breathing from the chest and ask for breathing from the belly. When they breathe from belly the muscles and nervous tensions can be reduced and the entire body may be relaxing.
These can be certain techniques that can “Haklana Kaise Band Kare” and help your child to come out of stuttering issues. This is the small thing that you are doing to your children that may help them highly in the future to be successful.