Dilbert Creator Gets His Voice Back October 25, 2006Posted by Unreasonable in Matters Nuerological.
Scott Adams lost his voice to Spasmodic Dysphonia about 18 months ago. His doctor told him that no one has ever recovered from it.
“The weirdest part of this phenomenon is that speech is processed in different parts of the brain depending on the context. So people with this problem can often sing but they can’t talk. In my case I could do my normal professional speaking to large crowds but I could barely whisper and grunt off stage…”
He had a post about how he uses affirmations a couple weeks ago. It must have worked.