Saturday, November 15, 2008

Using Speech Therapy for MS

Although the Multiple sclerosis effects on the body can vary from case to case, there are some cases that can include stuttering, scrambling information (or dyslexia) or problems with slurring your words that can make it difficult for those, with the Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, to be able to communicate with other people.

Speech therapy is a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis that can help to reduce the effects of MS on speech for those that have these problems with their particular case of MS by helping to retrain the speech center of the brain.

Speech therapy helps to retrain the Multiple Sclerosis brain for the person to be able to speak more clearly again, to reduce stuttering, slurring words or problems with forming words or being able to speak more clearly to make it easier to understand what the affected person is saying.

I have found two brain exercise programs that complement each other, that target specific parts of the brain, including the speech center, that help to redevelop neural pathways by exercising the parts of the brain that are often affected by the scarring or damage to the brain, that can be associated with MS.

These 2 programs, which can be installed on a computer, help retrain the brain through giving both auditory and visual instructions for being able to perform the exercises. If these brain exercises are done consistently over a period of time, they can strengthened and improved how well the brain can function positively to a more significant degree.

If you are interested in finding out more about what I have found that reduces the symptoms of MS, go to: to find out more.


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