The Real Reason People Stutter

If you've ever seen films like The King's Speech, where King George VI stammers over his words, you're familiar with a common speech disorder. Stuttering was once thought to be psychosomatic (unrelated to a physical cause), but a January 2017 study shows that stuttering might actually be related to the blood flow in your brain. In the following video, uncover your neural language loop and learn how it relates to stuttering.

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Written by Curiosity Staff January 21, 2017

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