Vital Tones Stuttering

Vital Tones Stuttering

Vital Tones Stuttering is a powerful brainwave treatment for controlling and reducing of stuttering.

 

Stuttering or stammering is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases as well as involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the person who stutters is unable to produce sounds.

 

There is much evidence that the brains of adults who stutter differ from the brains of adults who do not stutter. Several neuroimaging studies have emerged to identify areas associated with stuttering.

Studies have found during tasks that invoke disfluent speech, people who stutter show hypoactivity in cortical areas associated with language processing, such as Broca's area

One such study that evaluated the stutter period found that there was relative deactivation of the left hemisphere auditory areas and frontal temporal regions.

During speech production, people who stutter show underactivity in the ventral premotor, Rolandic opercular and sensorimotor cortex bilaterally and Heschl’s gyrus in the left hemisphere. Additionally, speech production in people who stutter yields underactivity in cortical motor and premotor areas.

 

Vital Tones Stuttering consist of 2 sessions:

Session 1 is 22 minutes

Session 2 is 21 minutes.

 

 

Used source to make this therapy:

Stuttering:Mechanism

 

What Causes Stuttering?

 

A review of brain circuitries involved in stuttering

 

 

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