- Low voice volume or soft speech.
- Imprecise speech sounds.
- Speaking too fast or too slow.
- Monotonous voice.
A speech therapist (also called a speech-language pathologist) can help you learn ways to improve your speech. He or she may provide:
- Breathing exercises to improve voice volume.
- Speech exercises to make your sounds clear and precise.
- Tips to help make your speech rate more regular.
- Exercises to practice pitch changes when you speak.