Causes Smudged Or Grouse When Talking?
Good night I am dwi, I want to ask you if I always say that it’s too busy / unclear and unclear this is very disturbing for me in social interactions in the work environment as well as in school and wherever I am
Thank you for the question.
Difficulty speaking, such as smear, can occur purely because of nervousness, fear, out of focus. However, in some cases, it can also be difficult to talk like this indicates certain medical conditions, for example:
Broken or blocked blood vessels in the brain, such as a stroke, head injury
Benign or malignant tumors in the brain
Degenerative disorders (eg multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease)
Infection (eg meningitis, encephalitis, AIDS)
Other diseases, such as Guillain-Barre syndrome, dysarthria, apraxia, aphasia, palilalia, anomia, drug abuse, drug side effects, psychiatric disorders (such as excessive anxiety disorders), etc.
If your condition is very disruptive to your activities, and makes it difficult for you to interact with others, you should go to a doctor or neurologist for a more in-depth evaluation. You may be directed to consult further with a speech-language pathologist, before being given the appropriate treatment. Further examination, such as CT scan or MRI can also be done.
At this time, the initial treatment you can take to improve your complaint is:
Make yourself calmer, regulate your breath well, multiply meditation
Do not rush when you want to talk, do it slowly and carefully so that others can understand the purpose of your conversation
Expand the practice of speaking in front of the mirror, and talking in front of the people closest to you
Try to focus on doing your activities, including when talking
Expand the exercise, improve the quality of yourself
Don't think negatively, including don't feel bad about others
Get enough rest, eat a variety of healthy foods
Always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...