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On 4/15/2016 at 3:50 PM, shastarSingh said:

i had a strong stammer and now it has become very negligible and some times it is about 99.99% fine.

How to completely uproot it?

Any baani jaap ?

Did you solve your problem ji ?

I imagine Jaap Sahib might be a good Bani ?

 

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27 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

Did you solve your problem ji ?

I imagine Jaap Sahib might be a good Bani ?

 

Yes it's almost solved.

Thanks to Guru Sahib!

Speech therapy really helps.

Many people try to cure stammering by medicines or by giving badaam(almonds).

Speech therapy is the only way to cure stammering.

Hritik Roshan of Bollywood had strong stammering but he got cured through therapy.

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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

Yes it's almost solved.

Thanks to Guru Sahib!

Speech therapy really helps.

Many people try to cure stammering by medicines or by giving badaam(almonds).

Speech therapy is the only way to cure stammering.

Hritik Roshan of Bollywood had strong stammering but he got cured through therapy.

Sure, but did you find any Bani helpful also ?

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I know someone who had a mild stammer. They slowed down their speech and lowered their energy and volume level when speaking. Now I can't tell  they ever had a stammer. After a few years, their slow and calm method has become a habit and requires no conscious effort.

I can't say if this would work for everyone, but just thought I might share a simple self help tool.

Another plus, this person has become much more thoughtful and precise in what they say because of the slower pace. Everyone tends to listen to them quite attentively when in a group setting.

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14 hours ago, Jai Tegang! said:

I know someone who had a mild stammer. They slowed down their speech and lowered their energy and volume level when speaking. Now I can't tell  they ever had a stammer. After a few years, their slow and calm method has become a habit and requires no conscious effort.

I can't say if this would work for everyone, but just thought I might share a simple self help tool.

Another plus, this person has become much more thoughtful and precise in what they say because of the slower pace. Everyone tends to listen to them quite attentively when in a group setting.

Speech therapy is all about altering your original speech which has stammer.

So slowing your speech also comes in the category of altering your speech.

If one can find a good speech therapist, just in 30-40 sittings, one can get cured.

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