⤴ DYSARTHRIA resolved with acupuncture Onnuri SuJok

dysDysarthria, a motor speech disorder due to neurological injury of motor part of the motor speech system and characterized by poor, hard or difficult articulation of phonemes [aphasia: a disorder of language and as a total loss of speech may be referred to anarthria]. The muscles of the mouth, face, and respiratory system may become weak, move slowly, or not move at all after a stroke or other brain injury. The type and severity of dysarthria depend on which area of the nervous system is affected. A disorder manifests unclear pronunciation esp. consonants, slow or abrupt speech and other abnormalities often combined with dysphagia (swallowing disorder).     Some signs, a person with dysarthria may experience any of the following symptoms, depending on the extent and place of damage to the nervous system:

  • “Slurred” speech
  • Speaking softly or barely able to whisper
  • Slow rate of speech
  • Rapid rate of speech with a “mumbling” quality
  • Limited tongue, lip, and jaw movement
  • Abnormal intonation (rhythm) when speaking
  • Changes in vocal quality (“nasal” speech or sounding “stuffy”)
  • Hoarseness
  • Breathiness
  • Vocal quality
  • Steadiness
  • Drooling or poor control of saliva
  • Chewing and swallowing difficulty

    Examples of specific observations include a continuous breathy voice, irregular breakdown of articulation, distorted vowels, word flow without pauses, and hyper nasality.    
An important aspect of Onnuri SuJok is that it allows taking into each characteristic manifested in energy constitution. This too brings about an effective action when opt to put color as prescribed. It’s a traditionally accomplished through insertion of very fine micro needles at the certain energy gates in miniature form of hands or feet’s to get the results.

http://onnurimedicine.me ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’ 


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