Dysphemia


Dysphemia is a disruption of the community, expression or difficulty in the normal flow of speech and causes repetitions of syllables, words or jerky stops that interrupt verbal fluency.

There are people who distinguish the term disfluency to address stuttering and the term non-fluency to describe the lack of fluency in speech development in young children, within the evolutionary progress, stuttering is also known.

In most cases, it begins to develop before the age of 7, with speech problems.

Dysphemia has speech alteration problems created at the conscious level of the senses and faculties in its first stage and later in the subconscious, motivated by fear of not being able to overcome the environment, creating a false self-esteem, while stuttering refers to repetitions of sounds, syllables, extensions of them.

This area is characterized by repetitions or blockages that cause a break in the rhythm and melody of speech that characteristically begins between the second and fourth year of an individual’s life, although they can be confused with the difficulties of age. , at the moment of speaking, only one in 20 children ends up stuttering and many of them outgrow the disorder in adolescence.

There are three types of dysphemia such as tonic, clonic, tonic-clonic or mixed.

The tonic is characterized because it is interrupted by spasms, and it presents a worse diagnosis because the patient shows straightness, integrity and facial tension than a state of a body subjected to the action of forces that stretch it.

The clone is characterized by the repetitions of syllables and whole words used by an individual reproduced from an original cell or related to it.

The tonic-clonic or mixed is the most frequent because it is difficult to find a pure tonic or clonic dysphemic and they can combine the two symptoms.