However, regardless of the underlying mechanism, it is clear that singing is an effective method for generating smoother speech in people who stutter. The effect of improving the fluidity of singing has also been investigated in a neuroimaging study comparing stuttering individuals with controls. The treatment of non-fluid aphasia (not being able to speak fluently) in stroke victims through singing has yielded results similar to those of stuttering, demonstrating a steady improvement in the production of words while singing.
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