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Stuttering-Speech Therapy Can Help

Stuttering-Speech Therapy Can Help

Stuttering is a communication disorder involving disruptions in the person’s forward flow of speech that they can’t always control. Speech disfluencies are moments when a person who stutters has difficulty “getting his or her words out” which may include repeating parts of a word, repeating phrases, blocks in which no sound is emitted, prolongation of sounds to name a few. No one stutters in the same way, and as severity increases physical symptoms may also occur such as eye blinking, head nodding or muscle tension. These differences do not have any impact on their intelligence or mental health. Read More


Nosebleeds - When to see the ENT?

Nosebleeds - When to see the ENT?

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Loss of Voice - When to see the ENT?

Loss of Voice - When to see the ENT?

When to see the ENT about Loss of Voice / Hoarseness? Read More


Hearing Loss - When to see the ENT?

Hearing Loss - When to see the ENT?

When to see the ENT about Hearing Loss? Read More


Snoring - When to see the ENT?

Snoring - When to see the ENT?

Snoring is considered a social problem because it disturbs bed partners and family members. However, about 15% of people who snore also have obstructive sleep apnea, which is a medical problem. There is no easy way to distinguish between the two so if you or a loved one snore, discuss with your doctor whether you should be tested for sleep apnea.
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