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Stammering is not incurable; here’s why

Agartala: Most of us believe that If someone stammers then he or she won’t be able to speak fluently for the whole life. Moreover, there were such examples in past when a person spent the entire with this disorder because there were not any sure shot solution of it. But nowadays when medical science is evolving the world every day, it is not impossible to treat such diseases.

Now what is the irony is, people, say allopathic medicine would affect their entire life, so what is the solution?

“Apart from medical science we can treat these diseases with other healthy practices without using allopathic drugs,” said Sound therapist and reiki master Mohan Dhand.

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We can get rid-off from stammering by practising common home remedies, he added.

Dhand, who is on his North-East tour these days to create awareness about reiki and healing, claimed to have treated many people with his unique techniques.

Recently, a sound therapy event was organised at Honda Showroom in Agartala to provide a free of cost treatment and a trial class of reiki, sound therapy and healing to people, informed Ruchir Jai, owner of the showroom.

“With these events, we are creating awareness among people about our ages-old healing practices that belong to India but people are not very well aware of them,” said Dhand.

Reiki and healing are very much inspired by Yoga and meditation that help to tackle various types of problems including stammering and keeping people fit and healthy, he said.

In the event, organised last days, Dhand told people about the benefits of these practices and also took a session of meditation.

“Meditation event was really good, I am feeling light now. It was a great opportunity to be here,” said Ritika, a college student.

We are glad if our space was used to serve people, Jai said.

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