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10:01 AM | 18-09-2019

Can facial paralysis be a reason for stammering after coma?


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06:14 PM | 20-01-2020

Yes, it does,

As the brain neuropathy gets affected. There are high chances of going through stammering, so it is time to start with natural treatment, In traditional Indian medicine, the two herbs have been found to be very effective.

1. Indian gooseberries have an abundance of iron and help in increasing blood circulation to the brain. This helps in the development of speech area located in the brain as well as motor organs like the tongue. This will help you more when consumed raw.

2. Brahmi oil, it is easily available in local stores, it helps in developing brain and speech.

With the usage of these two important herbs what you can start with is reading loudly and practice of vowels to correct the speech of the person. 

Thank you



02:21 PM | 20-01-2020

Yes, it could be a cause that a postcondition to paralysis, stuttering or stammering could occur.

Stammering may occur as relatively rare and might occur in elderly children and in adults it could be caused as a result of a head injury, stroke or a progressive neurological condition; also by intake certain drugs or medication, or psychological or emotional trauma.

Medically known as Stuttering, also called stammering, is a speech disorder where an individual repeats or prolongs words, syllables, or phrases.

Some of the causes of neurogenic stuttering or stammering may be due to stroke, head injury or head trauma, ischemic attacks - temporary block of blood flow to the brain, tumours, degenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's, or even due to tomeningitis.

Some ways to manage it, namely

  1. Firstly, focus on your breathing pattern. Try to be cool and relaxed before a social interaction or a period of prolonged speech, try to make a conscious effort to relax and breathe. 
  2. Try to speak slow and steady. 
  3. Avoid difficult words like tongue twisters which could also work. 
  4. Speak in a relaxed manner with rhythm and visualize interactions.
  5. Use body movements to calm nerves.
  6. Try to undergo Speech therapy with an able Speech therapist. 
  7. Practice everything again and again which could make you overcome to the problem in the course of time


11:05 AM | 20-01-2020

Hi, 

  • Yeah,  obviously facial paralysis can cause stammering or stuttering of speech.
  • In facial paralysis facial nerve which is responsible for speech by controlling movements of lips and surrounding muscles get affected.  
  • Leads to a decrease in muscle tone leads to unclear stammered speech. 
  • It will be treated by speech therapy and speaking more slowly.
  • By doing massage on face, acupressure and acupuncture will help in case of facial paralysis.

Namasthe!



05:51 PM | 09-11-2019

Facial paralysis is more viral in nature and caused due to toxemia. When the paralysis happens, the speech becomes more slurred and not clear as opposed to stammering. Stammering is majorly a lack of coordination between the brain and speech actually coming out. Although it uses some muscles of the face, the people with paralysis may not stammer but the speech gets less distinct.

let us know if you have any questions or you need more details

Be blessed

Smitha Hemadri ( Educator of natural healing practices)



08:43 AM | 23-09-2019

Hello Mridula,

It cannot be exactly ascertained that stammering may be due to facial paralysis, it could be depending on many factors which your specialist can ascertain, however, stammering can be corrected by exercising words or letters which are causing stammering. It's a continuous practice of reading letters or words repeatedly eveeyday till the disorder is corrected.

With everyday practice and positive visualization of being able to speak normally can speed up the stammering correction. This is called programming your subconscious mind to do something that you would like to see and feel in actuality. 

Hope this answers helps you ..😊 

Regards

Dr.Stuti.Pardhe 

 



08:43 AM | 23-09-2019

नमस्ते

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