Cluttering is a speech problem which is not so familiar like stuttering or having voice problems.

It can be heard when certain syllables, words or parts of sentences are being swallowed or reduced, or poor articulated.

Cluttered speech leads to a low condition of intelligent speech and often lost of concentration for our hearing communication peers. Normally the rhythm of speaking is affected, (very) high pace of spoken words. They do interfere and cause a bad intelligible mixture. Patients with stammering symptoms do have problems with listening carefully in a dialog.

Compared with stuttering is stammering relativ unknown (statistics on average 5/1000 people). Due to this syndrom the self reflextion of a the own speech is not precise, people tend to overestimate their speech skills.

Treatment can offer good opportunities to produde a better communication and developing a better pragmatic performance.


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