The best time to break children of this habit is in the beginning, afterwards it becomes more and more difficult. Do not scold the children; it only aggravates the complaint; take them a couple of times every day, and make them slowly draw in the breath and emit it again, letting them beat time with their hands at the emission; after this let them pronounce a few words, when they are emitting the breath, not when they are drawing it in. Repeat this operation every day, and the child will soon leave off stammering. Sometimes it yields to a few doses of Bell, and later of Merc, viv., or a couple of doses of Euphr., and later of Sulph.
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