Hi Experts! I’ve got one more question. What is the physical trigger for stuttering? What I mean is what part of speech is effected by stuttering? Is it that the mouth somehow isn’t coordinated enough to go into the right positions to make the sounds? Or is it that the vocal cords get too tense to vibrate? Or is it that the lungs or diaphragm can’t coordinate proper breathing? Or does it have something to do with the part of the brain that generates language? Is it different for each person? For me it seems like what happens is I know exactly what words I want to say, and I know how to move my mouth properly to say them, but I feel like my throat gets too tense, and then the vocal cords can’t vibrate properly to generate sound. So then I just sort of stop my mouth from moving onto the next sound until my vocal cord tension is low enough that the vocal cords can vibrate. I’m wondering what the professional opinion is on this?
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