What Are Stuttering and Speech Problems?
[Source] Kids Health
As human beings, we have the special ability to share our thoughts by talking. We start by forming a thought in our brains. In the brain, this thought is changed into a code we’ve learned called language. Once the thought is coded into language, the brain sends a message to the muscles that control speech, telling them to move and make the right sounds come out. Then the mouth, face, neck, tongue, and throat muscles move to form words.
Sometimes this process doesn’t work perfectly, though.
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