Researchers have studied the process of talking to yourself extensively and have concluded that it is normal and normal behavior.
Although people often associate talking to oneself with mental health problems, doctors consider it normal at all ages and even helpful in some circumstances. Research defines talking to oneself as the verbal expression of an inner position or belief, which means manifesting inner feelings, nonverbal thoughts, and intuitive insights about a situation through speech.
Although children often talk to themselves, this should not be of concern to parents or caregivers. It’s a way to develop language, maintain stimulation during a task and increase performance when completing tasks, psychologists say. The habit of talking to oneself can persist into adulthood and is usually not an aberration.
Talking to yourself can have several benefits. It does not cause significant health risks if the person is not experiencing other symptoms of a mental condition, such as hallucinations. Also, talking to oneself can improve task control, concentration, and performance. It can also improve problem-solving skills.