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孩子口吃的原因,以及有什么不良影响?怎么才能治好?

2020年06月12日

作者:柴老师国际教育服务

来源:www.mschai.com

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口吃是一种语言问题,使儿童难以顺利说话。

口吃的孩子最经常在句子开头发生口吃的情况,但是口吃也可能在整个句子中发生。

儿童口吃时也可能会做非语言的事情。例如,他们可能眨眼,做鬼脸,做鬼脸或握紧拳头。

我们无法确定为什么会发生口吃的情况。

这可能是因为孩子的大脑在需要讲话时会向嘴巴的肌肉发送错误或延迟的信息。这种错误或延迟会使孩子在说话时很难协调口部肌肉,从而导致口吃。

家庭遗传口吃可能涉及从一个或两个父母传给孩子的基因。这意味着如果家人中的其他人口吃或口吃,孩子更容易口吃。但这并不意味着有口吃家族史的孩子肯定会有口吃的现象。

口吃不是由焦虑或压力引起的。但是口吃会引起压力,尤其是对于青少年来说。

口吃不会传染,但口吃的孩子无法控制自己的情况。

如果您的孩子口吃,他可能会因为其他孩子对他的说话方式的反应而感到沮丧或尴尬。您的孩子甚至可能避免说话,或者改变他想说的话。

但是口吃并没有真正影响学龄前儿童的成长。口吃的学龄前儿童可以与不口吃的孩子拥有相同的社交技能。与不结巴的同龄孩子相比,他们不太可能会害羞或退缩。

但是,如果口吃的孩子继续上小学,那将成为一个问题。口吃的小学生不太可能被同龄人视为领导者。口吃的小学生和青少年可能不想参加课堂讨论,与不口吃的孩子相比,他们更有可能被欺负。

口吃的青少年可能会因口吃而焦虑。他们可能会感到强烈的自我意识,自尊心降低或发现某些挑战性的情况,例如在公开场合演讲或建立亲密关系。

如果您发现孩子口吃了,请寻求专业帮助。

Stuttering is a speech problem that makes it hard for children to speak smoothly.

Children who stutter most often do it at the start of sentences, but stutters can also happen throughout sentences.

Children might also do nonverbal things when they stutter. For example, they might blink their eyes, grimace, make faces or clench their fists.

We don’t really know why stuttering happens.

It might be because there’s an error or delay in the message that a child’s brain sends to the muscles of her mouth when she needs to speak. This error or delay makes it hard for the child to coordinate her mouth muscles when she’s talking, which results in stuttering.

Stuttering runs in families. This suggests that stuttering might involve genes that are passed on to children from one or both parents. It means a child is more likely to stutter if other people in his family stutter or have stuttered. But it doesn’t mean that a child who has a family history of stuttering will definitely stutter.

Stuttering isn’t caused by anxiety or stress. But stuttering can cause stress, particularly for teenagers.

A child can’t catch stuttering from somebody else. And a child who stutters can’t control it.

If your child stutters, he might feel frustrated or embarrassed because of the way other children react to the way he speaks. Your child might even avoid talking, or change what he wants to say.

But stuttering doesn’t actually affect preschoolers’ development. Preschoolers who stutter can have the same social skills as non-stuttering children. They’re not more likely to be shy or withdrawn compared with children their age who don’t stutter.

But if stuttering continues into primary school, it can become a problem. Primary school children who stutter are less likely to be thought of as leaders by their peers. Primary school children and teenagers who stutter might not want to join in with classroom discussions and are also more likely to be bullied compared with children who don’t stutter.

Teenagers who stutter can develop anxiety because of their stuttering. They might feel self-conscious, have lower self-esteem or find some situations challenging – for example, speaking in public or starting an intimate relationship.

If you notice that your child has a stutter, it’s important to seek professional help.

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