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Prevent vocal cord damage and protect your singing voice by drinking the right liquids

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After cold n cough my voice becomes hoarse.how to make it strong?

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I will place in here a number of things that you can do in order to help repair your hoarse voice back to perfect health. Also these instructions below will help you to make your voice strong rather than being weak.

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1. Rest your vocal chords rather than continuing to strain your voice

2. Drink a lot of fluids so that your voice will remain moist rather than dry

3. Drink lemon juice in order to help break down the mucus that is in your throat

4. Refrain from eating any type of foods that produce sugar which will produce mucus in your throat

Can the cold air dry up your voice?

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The cold air can in fact cause your throat to dry up for the air will suck out all of your moisture from your throat causing it to be left dry. This can happen even with warm or hot air that you allow to enter your throat.

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Also air can cause you to have a soar throat which will also harm your talking and singing as well. You care going to need to ensure that you do your best to keep your throat moist in order to help fight against your throat drying out.

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This information is provided in the following link that you can follow below:

http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/features/get-to-the-bottom-of-your-sore-throat

More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: How often should I drink hot water to restore my voice

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Prevent vocal cord damage and protect your singing voice by drinking the right liquids

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