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

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How long you should wait before talking after straining your throat?

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You just strain your throat by shouting, talking very loud, smoking or exposure to smoke like cigarette smoke. To heal your throat just drink a lot of warm water, take some herbal tea, exercise daily, get enough sleep, take a rest, and just don't shout or talk very loud while you are resting and by doing this you can recover your voice for 3 days to 1 week. You can also know or notice if you can talk with your normal voice or if it is OK by not talking loud, so try to test if your voice is OK by talking a little.

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How to be consistent tenor range in a choir or group?

What ever , I love singer but sometimes I can't sing

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You can maintain and get optimally better at your vocal range with regular practice and good vocal hygiene. You should be able to work around a regular practice or training schedule. Vocalize to be able to stretch your vocal cords for at least 15 minutes and then practices for 30 minutes to an hour. Do not overwork or strain your voice. Just stick to a schedule and take care of your voice to be able to maintain your vocal quality and range. You can attain consistency in your tenor range by working on gaining flexibility in your notes but focusing more on your own range. Albeit, with anything in life - practice really makes perfect.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: I am a president in our classroom here in the Philippines, but when I started controlling them I didn't notice that my voice is starting to damage, Since June when I have my singing voice it destroyed in just a minute until right now, I have phlegm, I can

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