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

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Can your vocal chords stay permanently thickened?

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It will stay that way if you do not care for it carefully. If you keep on doing the harsh things on your vocal cords, it will not have much time to actually recover and this will be rather risky for your health. As soon as you realize you are experiencing some problems, make sure that you have it diagnosed and you take the necessary precautions seriously. You have to follow the advice of your doctor in terms of what to avoid.

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Does getting your tonsils out cause damage?

Hi my daughter is 10 going on 11 and loves singing, she is due to get her tonsils removed and is worried that she might not be able to sing again

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I don't know if I'm damaging my vocal cords or not?

Okay, I'm a singing tenor, and at first when I started singing, I couldn't hit c5, but now my limit is around G5. I like signing like Mitch Grassi. One day I was singing, and f5-g5 is a bit of a push, but it doesn't hurt, but in my throat it felt like a tube was opening, and it happened again the next day, but on the other side. Actually I was able to open my throat more, and my singing was easier, but I don't want to hurt my vocal cords. It's only happened twice. Though, I've been getting back into singing after puberty (I'm a boy; but I guess you kind of knew since I said I'm a tenor). My voice was very high when I sang, and it still kind of is, when I get in front of people, especially before puberty. I'm still adjusting. What could be happening? It's been around a good 6 months or so since I first started singing again.

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Can decaf green tea be beneficial for the vocal cords?

Does decaf green tea help the vocal cords and soothe them?

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How can you cure minor vocal nodules?

I overused it and I pushed it too hard with power. I have tried: Sore medicine. I think it was caused by: Singing really high notes that I can't reach

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I have phlegm build up from a strep infection causing my vocals to deteriorate?

I have phlegm build up from a strep infection causing my vocals to deteriorate

I need to make phone calls for my business, what can I gargle or do to help clear it?

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I have mucus stuck in my throat, I gag for hours, can eating a whole lot of ice cause this?

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How can I change my voice spectrum during voice spectrography test ? Can you help?

Hello sir, can you tell me any idea by which I can change my voice spectrum in voice spectrography test. I have tried: Nothing, but I heard that ice eating makes your voice spectrum change. I think it was caused by: Don't know

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