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assalamualaikumHalo, I want to inform the complaints that I experienced so far. I myself feel that I have an illness ,, so I have a complaint that I am really hard to talk in front of people, even with my own family, it is really hard to speak fluently ,, every time I say, I always miss the opposite direction, Ex “There is a table, eh bench!” Well, somehow I always like that, always, it’s amazing to be hit by similar words or not opponents, but it’s still related to that word. After I thought about it, I think I have an illness … but I still think positively, maybe this is my attitude if it’s like this … it’s not like anything … Ehh after I saw Google, I just realized that there are diseases that are often difficult to talk or interact with. people around me … the symptoms are almost like mine, I … The brain is also thinking a little slow all this time, I don’t know why I always think like I am … and my ability to speak is always unclear in other people’s ears … people always seem not to hear what I’m talking about, even though I have already spoken that if heard by him ,, pretty loud I feel ,, but slowly or not heard in his ear .. I want to know how this is prevention and advice from the doctor himself kyk what should I do … Thank you Salamualaikum
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There are various types of speech and language disorders. To be able to distinguish each of these speech and language disturbances, you have to do a direct examination of yourself and have to listen directly to the way you speak to find out where your speech disorder is located (whether there are articulation disorders, pronunciation disorders, stuttering, word pronunciation errors , word choice difficulties, or other distractions).
When you look at the description you give, chances are you have cluttering. Cluttering included in interruption of fluency. Some characteristics of cluttering are excessive pauses when speaking normally, talking too fast or jerking, or appearing unsure of what to say (including using words like "hmmm", "mmmm", "aaaa", "so ", etc. in the middle of talking and often make revisions to what they say).
To reassure what speech disorders you have, you should do an examination with a medical rehabilitation doctor for further evaluation. If indeed you have cluttering or other speech disorders, your doctor can provide speech therapy for you so that you can improve the way you speak so that it can be more easily understood by others.
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