The Cause Of Convoluted Or Not Smooth Talking?
Hello doctor, I am a student who examined a neurologist a year ago and then had a CT scan and EEG which resulted in brain swelling and abnormal brain nerves. Almost every month I control routinely, and at the end of 2018 I check the MRI, the results are normal but not in accordance with the conditions that I feel that is still often dizzy without birth. And my doctor said that there was a possibility that there was a nerve function abnormality in my brain which, if I saw an MRI, it had no appearance, so it could only be felt by myself. what I want to ask, it’s been a long time since I felt that my speech skills were strange. Sometimes what I want to say with what comes out of my mouth is out of sync, often I talk convoluted and often say wrong. Does this have something to do with my brain nerve disease? If so, why? Please answer. Thank you very much
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that you experience with convoluted or non-fluent speech can or may not be related to the neurological conditions that you are experiencing.
When unrelated, this is actually common, for example because the person is nervous, anxious, or afraid, usually associated with speaking in public or in front of someone who is respected. Psychological conditions that cause synchronization between what is thought and what is said. Another possibility could be because one's mind works faster than the ability of his lips to say. These two possibilities can be overcome by practicing speaking more slowly, fostering confidence with practice speaking in public, and not being affected by emotions when speaking.
This can also occur temporarily when someone is tired, lack of sleep, late eating, and is feeling a lot of pressure. But along with the passage of these conditions, his complaints will also disappear.
Then, when it comes to your neurological disease, of course you can because all movements, thoughts, the ability to see, hear, recognize smell, and speak, are regulated by the brain. So naturally if there are abnormalities in the brain, will also affect your speech.
The problem is, we can't be sure which of these possibilities you experience if there is no direct examination. The information we have for you is too little, and we also cannot directly observe how you speak. Therefore, our suggestion is the best step is to check yourself back at the neurologist who has examined you all this time and ask whether the results of the examination and observations so far, the condition you are experiencing is now related or not to the history of the disease you are experiencing. So, hopefully answering your question.