Stuttering is a problem affecting an estimated 3 million Americans. Most people begin stuttering when they are only children. Children can begin to stutter at ages of three to fiveyears old. For many people, stuttering can be a very short-lived thing.
They will often stutter as they begin to develop their language skills. Most will just grow out of it after a short period of time and stop stuttering. An estimated five to seven percent of children will stutter when they are developing their language skills. Only 1% or less of adults however struggle with stuttering. Continue reading