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

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Do you have to stop eating sour foods forever to make your singing voice sound better?

I love to sing but I also like sour foods (sour gushers, sour patch kids, vinegar, vinegar chips).


No, that is not necessary to stop eating sour food. In fact, instead of vinegar and vinegar chips, you can try vinegar tea that you can prepare with the help of our tutorial. This will not only taste good for you, but it will boost your singing abilities. However, do not drink too much of it, or the acidic ingredients in it may cause harm to your vocal cords. The maximum dosage is 1 tablespoon per 4 ounces of water. You can drink it every hour for seven hours. Sour gushers and sour patch kids will have to be replaced with sour-flavored hard candy, which will help to stimulate saliva. This will keep your mouth and throat relaxed and ready for singing. You can also add a couple of drops of lemon juice to honey tea, which may even show a good effect on your vocal capabilities; but always remember that citruses in large doses are harmful for your voice, causing dryness and loss of elasticity for vocal cords; so, use lemons with caution or avoid them.

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