What is Fluency Disorders- Cluttering and Stuttering ?
These disorders affect the fluency of speech. Cluttering refers to rapid, unclear, or disorganized speech whereas stuttering refers to the repetition of the same word or syllable till the individual can get the sentence out of their mouth. In cluttering, the patients usually do not intend to say some words making the whole speech disorganized exile in stuttering, the patient is aware of what they want to say but just cannot say it smoothly. These problems occur due to underlying psychological ailments like ADHD, autism, seizures, anxiety or language learning disability, and some other developmental disorders.