The main mode of the communication between people is the speech. It typically develops naturally and in conjunction with other conditions of the normal growth and development. Disorder can happen when the normal pattern of development is disrupted. There can be disfluency in the impairment when a person repeats phrase, word or sound. There are many different types of speech impairments and they typically manifest in childhood. The speech impairment is a term which doctors are using to refer to many different conditions in which the person has difficulty creating or forming the sounds which are necessary to communicate with other people. Voice disorders, disfluency disorders and articulation disorders are the most common speech impairments. The symptoms of speech impairment can vary a lot, such as volume problems; pitch issues; hoarseness; errors in word formation; distorted sounds; pausing during speaking and repetition of sounds and words. There are many causes which can lead to speech impairment, such as the imbalance between muscles and nervous system; impatient nature; loss of control of speech; anxiety, stress and shame; nervousness and embarassement; genetic disorder. The articulation disorders have no definitive cause and they can happen as damage to the brain or nerves, mouth anatomy or as a result of genetics. Voice disorders can be caused by nerve damage, cleft palate, cancer and acid reflux. It is very important to talk with your doctor if you have some kind of speech impairment before you start using some of the below mentioned home remedies for this condition. Here are some home remedies for speech impairment:
- 1 Bloated borax with honey treats speech impairment
- 1.1 Stand tall
- 1.2 Cinnamomum Tamala
- 1.3 Practice diaphragmatic breathing
- 1.4 Black pepper with butter cures speech impairment
- 1.5 Indian gooseberry
- 1.6 Support your speech from the diaphragm
- 1.7 Yoga help speech impairment
- 1.8 Almond, black pepper and sugar candy
- 1.9 Brahmi oil
- 1.10 Maintain good posture
- 1.11 Take your time
- 1.12 Ginseng
- 1.13 Aromatherapy
- 1.14 Read out loud
- 1.15 Try books and tapes on spoken English
- 1.16 Visualization
Bloated borax with honey treats speech impairment
Borax is also known as Disodium tetraborate, sodium tetraborate and sodium borate. You should take a little amount of bloated borax and then mix it with honey. Then, you should rub this paste on your tongue. This is a very effective home remedy for stammering.
You should always have a great posture because this will help you to look and feel good whenever you are speaking, whether is a chat over lunch or it is a formal speaking engagement. When you are in proper posture, then it will boost your confidence and tells people that you know what you are talking about.
It is also known as malabathrum, Indian cassia, Indian bark, Malabar leaf or Tejpat. You should use cinnamomum tamala under your tongue. This is a very effective home remedy for stuttering and stammering.
Practice diaphragmatic breathing
There are some cases when impairments in speech, such as stuttering, which grow from anxiety and nerves. If you are going to speak in a front of a group, then you should go through a deep breathing activity which can relax your body, calm your nerves and it will get you in the right mental state for the proper speech. You should sit comfortably with an erect posture. You should breathe in deeply through your nose. You need to use your hand to feel that your stomach is expanding like a balloon being inflated. You should hold your breath and then release it slowly and you will feel that your stomach is deflating beneath your hand. You should repeat this exercise before you have to speak in public because this will give you a relief from the stress. [1,2]
Black pepper with butter cures speech impairment
You should take some fine powder of black pepper and then mix it with butter. You should eat this mixture on daily basis in the morning because in this way you will rid of the stammering in a period of few days. 
Indian gooseberry is also known as amla. This is also a very effective home remedy for stammering. You should take one fresh green amla and chew it slowly. Also this can be effective home remedy for your children if they have problems with speech. 
Support your speech from the diaphragm
When you are standing in proper position and when you are sitting in proper posture, then this will draw your voice not directly from your larynx, but from your diaphragm. When you are relaxing your shoulders, then you are reliving the pressure on the larynx and this means that you will talk in a natural pitch. It is very important to keep your feet flat and steady because this can give you a very stable vertical base which will support your body when you are talking. [1,2]
Yoga help speech impairment
This ancient technique can help you to feel relaxed. There are some cases when yoga has helped to people who have speech disorders caused by vocal cord dysfunction but there should be done a lot more studies in the future to approve it or disapprove it. You should practice it appropriately under guidance of health professional. [5,6]
Almond, black pepper and sugar candy
You should take 7 pieces of almond and black pepper and then grind them to make a fine paste. You should add a small amount of sugar candy in this paste and then lick it. When you are using this home remedy on daily basis in the morning with empty stomach, then you will get a relief from the stuttering or stammering. You should use this natural treatment on regular basis for at least one month.
This is a very effective home remedy for speech impairments. You should take 10 ml of brahmi oil and make it warm. You should let it stay there to become lukewarm. You should gently massage your head using this lukewarm oil and then let it stay there for thirty minutes. After this natural treatment, you should take a hot bath. This will boost the power of your brain. Also you can use this oil at night and when you wake up in the morning you should wash it because in this way you will get more positive results.
Maintain good posture
It is known that if you keep your back bent and hunch your shoulders, then you will not get enough air to exert the pressure on the diaphragm or pass through the larynx. You should have the next posture: your stomach should be in; your chest out; your shoulders relaxed; your back straight and your feet steady.
Take your time
You should speak slowly and carefully because this is the best way to express yourself when you are having a speech disorder. But you should not speak very slowly. You should speak in a pace which will be comfortable for you and people who are with you.
In the traditional medicine, this home remedy was used to improve the symptoms of a hoarse voice. But there should be done a lot more studies about ginseng and its healing properties on speech impairments. If you have an allergy to Araliaceae family, then you should avoid using the ginseng as your natural treatment. This can cause serious life – threatening skin reactions so always talk with your doctor before you start using ginseng as your natural treatment.
This is a therapy in which essential oils are used. Aromatherapy is including essential oils which are applied, inhaled or sprayed in the air. These essential oils are usually mixed with carrier oil, such as vegetable oil or alcohol. This natural treatment has been used to treat laryngitis which is a condition that is causing the voice to be hoarse. There should be done a lot more studies in future to determine if this is a safe and effective therapy for this indication. You should administer essential oils in carrier oils to avoid their toxicity. If you have allergic dermatitis, then you should avoid using aromatherapy as your natural treatment for speech impairments. You should avoid consuming essential oils. You should avoid direct contact of undiluted oils with mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, you should be careful when you are applying it. 
Read out loud
You should choose some poems, short stories or speeches from a college English textbook and you should read them aloud. In this way, you will stay concentrated on the sounds and muscle movements which are involved in each word and you should not be worried about not having new words to say. 
Try books and tapes on spoken English
You should practice 2 – 3 hours on daily basis because this can help to pronounce the words properly, practice articulation and pace your speech. You should write some words and sentences that you find difficult to pronounce. If you have other native language, then read books on your native language.
You should imagine the words that you want to say before you say them. Let they stay in your mind. This is a very easy practice and it can help you a lot. 
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